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- Tennis Court
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... and vegetables and there is a plethera of artisans in the area. Lots of Canadian history played itself out nearby. It's a great jumping off place for touring further along the valley to the south west and discovering the area's rich history. Since it was raining when I started out this morning I stopped for breakfast at a tiny cafe, called the Tin Pan, that Gill introduced us to when we were out for convocation weekend. ...
... coast. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow immortalized the community in his famous poem Evangeline. And oh yeah we had full day of sunshine which certainly kept us in good spirits even after a long day of traipsing about dikes, gardens and churches.
The next day we made our way over to the other side of the island to see Mahone Bay and Lunnenburg. Spectacular scenery and friendly people were the order of the day. Of course sea food was again front and centre ...
... Chatting with him, he shared a quote (not sure of the author) that I have been pondering ever since: "If you never change direction, you may just end up exactly where you were going." An inspiring reminder of the importance of change. But what if changing direction makes you realize that you want to end up where you were going? Or maybe it doesn't matter. Either way, it is change that brings about the clarity of direction. That right there may be one of life's little ...
... goats, sheep and orchards are all through the four counties we where we are going. Travelling high up now to The Look Off 600 feet elevation where we have morning tea and can see all the four counties, Minas Bay to the left and in the background Cobequid Bay. The farmlands and Acadian forest looks like a patchwork quilt. Did the usual and missed the turn to Blomidon nearly ended up at Scots Bay where Richard did a u-turn at a ...
... marshland to Minas Basin which is part of the Bay of Fundy (tides out) then we went back to Tim Horton's for coffee and cake before going to SaveEasy to get some meat and veggies.
Time now to go back to the River Valley Guest Cottage as someone should be there now plus we need to get the food in the esky in the fridge. Pulled up and Sarah had just finished washing the floors. While I booked in Richard loaded everything in ...