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... during the 18th century wars. Totally destroyed, but the French kept accurate records.
Back in 1960's the Canadian government used these records to reconstruct this historic site down to the last nail. Or about 1/3 of the site.
We spent an afternoon walking around the buildings, learning about the life in 1700's and architecture. Glad we are here in 21st century now.
... so that a butcher is known to chase the baker for having goings on with his wife! Yay history! We stopped at a little diner called the Lobster Kettle for lunch. Mark was in love with the chowder and his salmon and I had a great lobster sandwich. The portions weren't insane so it was really nice and it didn't make us feel like wanting to roll ourselves to the car. (Which is always a ...
... three problems (you know things come in three's) my fall at the Acadian Historial Village
when in New Brunswick and their knees. Phyllis is now doing the countdown to when we are coming home. Gave them the update of our adventures plus booking Halifax hotels before leaving and posting the Pontiac on Craigslist and Kijiji. Waiting game now there have been lots of visits to both sites but no emails.
It's late now for the old ***** so bedtime.
Today we did not rush out of the cabin. As our main plan for the day was to check out Louisbourg (a Parks Canada National Park) and return to the cabin for a second night, we figured we didn't have to leave first thing in the morning.
We were on the road by 9:30, and enjoyed a very scenic drive into Louisbourg (thank you Tom Tom for getting us there!). It was about a two and a half hour drive in to the town of Louisbourg, and just a bit further to ...
... to the soldier, but to the officer and it was at the officer's option to decide how much (if any) to give to the soldier. The officer's received their commissions by family connections and a solider had no way to advance in the ranks. Also, the officers traded in rum and tobacco and other comforts and gave the soldier's credit for the things they acquired. The soldier's time of service was up in ...