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... ago. Cape Breton is a very scenic and beautiful island however there is little if no natural resources to make it self sustainable. The residents who live there depend a lot on tourism to exist. Most of the elderly people I spoke with told me that the young people all leave especially to Alberta. Walking down the streets of Sydney, it is like another world compared to Charlottetown. Everything looks like it ...
... leg. Not quite as interesting as the top or the sides, but now I can say I have ridden the Cabot Trail.
Rode through Sydney over to Louisbourg hoping to get a look at the fort, but was too late and it is too big to see tomorrow. Had a tasty bowl of chowder and a poutine at the Lobster Kettle. Managed to meet a Canadian medic who uses Lightfighter for more than silly stuff.
Also took in ...
... coffee and writing this. Will go so what's happening on board in a min. We are still at port as one of the tour busses is not back yet. So we are waiting for them before we can depart. ....... The missing bus finally returned about 6, I'm not sure why they were so late. As soon as everyone was on board we were off. I took this time to walk a few laps of the ship and watch the land disappear. There were lots if yummy choices for ...
... and have a lot of experience.
The ferry docked and we all got down to the empty cargo area and unstrapped our bikes. We took a photo all together and said our goodbyes. It was nice to have some like minded people to spend the crossing with.
Just off of the ferry was the Nova Scotia sign so a photo had to be taken. That's another province off the list. The hotel wasn't that far away and I almost rode straight ...
... who had just come from
Dartmouth where they had purchased a beautiful blue Trans-Am. We of course saw
them several times on the ferry during the crossing. Before actually getting on
board the ferry we spent a wonderful few hours in the Miami of the Maritimes –
North Sydney. We visited Commercial St., The Salvation Army ( a few brief
seconds), the Heritage Museum, Indian Beach and the Famous Chinese Food
restaurant, not ...
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