Margaree Riverview Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Lighthouses seem to be dominating our lives. Everyday,we head out and as soon as we see a lighthouse, the hunt is on to find out how to get there. You would think that this would be an easy task but the locals expect us tourists to be able to magically find the place and they don't see the need for signs. Maybe they think that there are so many, why would anyone want to look at them. Growing up in Wakool, where there was a distinct lack of them, I have become fascinated by ...
... site I assume as we didn't go in...it was to late in the day and would have taken too long. Besides I am not keen on re-enactments. We did however find some more red chairs and also another lighthouse..along the shore there was what looked like an Archialogical dig site. Kaff happily trotted out to the red chairs while I kept the engine warm. Once we had our red chair fill we saw another lighthouse on the other side of the Bay so ...
Drove up Hwy 19 on the west side of the large island and checked into our motel (a fishing motel/lodge) in Margaree Forks, out in the country on the road that divides the north and south of the island. We learned the river below the lodge is a great Atlantic salmon river for fishing and the proprietor of the motel is an older German ...
... birch). The moose population has increased to 3,000 animals in the park.
No large wildlife to be seen. Probably too warm and hazy. We heard there are a few bull moose and black bear right in the area. Too bad. We did see a small flock of Cedar Waxwings enjoying the huge amount of berry bushes. =) Got to the front side of the trail, where wooden steps wind down between platforms to the overlook point. Got some great pictures of ...
... I saw at bald eagle perched on the shore looking out at sea. It was good about maintaining distance with me. On the loop back (along the road), I walked up the trail to Jigging Cove Lake, but opted not to walk all the way around the lake wanting to get to other trails.
I continued on around the north side of the park and did the hike at Lone Shieling (.6 km) before continuing on through Pleasant Harbour. The next trail I stopped at was ...