Ramada Plaza Dartmouth Park Place
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Only an hour and a bit away were a couple of spots on our "must see" list so on a sunny morning last week we set off to see Lunenburg and Peggy's Cove for the day.
In Lunenburg, it's all about that boat. And a lovely one she is!
The Bluenose II sits proudly in the Lunenburg Harbour, resplendent in her berth with the double ...
... like the sea.
Early the next day, we started up the west side of the island to do it "clock-wise". The mid-morning breakfast at the Dancing Goat Bakery in Margaree Forks gave us a good start and the weather promised to be great for the day. Soon the scenery went from beautiful rolling hills to spectacular ocean vistas along a mostly empty highway. Stops at ...
... detail or obligation to analyse; more like feeling something, rather than seeing or thinking of it. I didn't know whether I was terribly homesick, or whether I finally felt at home. I slept in until about 11, but then I had barely slept on the train so I'm letting this one go. First stop was the supermarket, as I have to budget here. No more crazy second breakfasts or wine dinners in posh restaurants, oh no. I am now in the land of microwaveable soup pots and boxes of ...
... green grass, bathrooms and a nice lady who works there. We played games and hung out all afternoon. The weather took a turn the next day and the sun came out at an alarming rate. We paddled to Harve Boucher, stopping at lunch time and we spent the afternoon hiding under tarps and canoes to get out of the heat. By 6pm it was still uncomfortably hot outside. We all lay down to watch the sunset together before going to bed. Day 10 we got up super early to paddle ...
... were all killed except for one, and of the two Telegraphmen on duty at the dockside railyard, one fled when they found out what the cargo was while the other one remained at his key and messaged a warning for inbound trains to stop where they were or reverse course ... and, of course, this warning was heard all over Canada as the railway telegraph was one huge party line. He died, of course.)
One interesting thing was that the ...