Point of View Suites at Louisbourg Gates
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Louisbourg. Incredible bay Where French built a fortress to protect their Atlantic interests mainly the lucrative cod fishing industry back in 1700's.
Summers found 7,000 inhabitants. Winters about 2,500. Soldiers issued 4 oz meat per day plus a big loaf of bread every 4 days. Talk about a quarter pounder!
It was defeated two different times by British and ...
Today we met up with my family and trekked out to Louisbourg. It's a town that had been founded in the early 1700's and has been reconstructed to it's original state. Much like many historical sites, the employees acted as if they were from the appointed time period. The great thing was, they all had a daily script to follow of 'scandals' to breathe some life into their reenactments. ...
... using of the period tools and techniques making a boat, a lady making lace, bakers baking bread, etc. to give you the feel of what it might be like. We even bought some loafs of bread they made.
From there, we drove back into Louisbourg for a light lunch of lobster sandwiches and a glass of beer.
After eating, we drove up to Lighthouse Point and some fantastic views of the ...
... today was perfect, blue skies, a few puffy white clouds, and of course the wind. We were told to do this route counter-clockwise so as to keep the sea at our right, making it easier to pull over and look. So the first 40 km the road was inland with trees lining both side of the road. No views. The next stretch of road takes us to a town called Ingonish, and we stop for a coffee and scone. OK. Shortly there after, we come ...
... at 3 processing plants) Snow Crabs.
Karen and I go for a nice bike ride to a lighthouse across from the Louisbourg Fort and see some of the best scenery so far this trip!
Go to a Ceilidh right beside the campground at a wonderful recreation of a 1700 playhouse! # guys and a girl entertain us for 2 hours with celtic music, current pop/country music and stories and humour.. a great night and a must if you stay in Louisbourg! Well worth $20!