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Travel Blogs from Louisbourg
... pulled over to see if he could diagnose the problem. Still not clear on what the problem may be. He bought some lubricant and greased down the parts that he thought it were wearing.
We made it back to the park okay.
The girls made us diner on the barbecue . They did a great job. We decided to try fishing again and then later have a camp fire.
Down at the water front the wind coming from the ocean was very cool. ...
... and we were exhausted from our day at Louisbourg and our overnight ferry ride two nights ago), we really enjoyed the pub's homemade desserts, and the local beer. Overall, still a success. Plus the music they had playing over the speakers was local and still great!
We got back to the cabin around 10:00, and pretty much went to bed right away. It had been a long but fun day, and we were excited to head further west tomorrow.
Halifax, here we ...
... our sailing time up to 7:30am. So we decided to hit the road early by leaving a day early to visit Fortress Louisbourg, another spot that we had always wanted to visit. It is the largest reconstruction of a historic site in North America, and only covers about 1/3 of what the original Fortress was. Located about five hours from Halifax, we packed up the car with all our camping gear and set off to start our Maritime vacation. We arrived at the Fortress after lunch, ...
... time to spend with her and her family. However, her and her kids dropped by for a quick visit tonight. Thanks so much, Sheila!! :)
Tomorrow, we leave Cape Breton and head for the Bay of Fundy! Only a couple days left of our amazing vacation.
Driving (and touring) Time – 9 hours
Driving Distance – 220km
Total Distance – ...
... now), would go down and work 12 hour days in the dark, for 65 cents/day. Nathan would not like that! They had done a great job with the displays, and showed an example of the horses (mostly Shetland Ponies due to the low ceilings), the coal wall and the underground garden. Yep, an underground garden! In the last '20’s, a miner decided to see if he could grow an underground garden…and it worked!
After a stop at ...