Spinning Wheel Bed & Breakfast
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... many people around but we were able to "meet" a foot soldier guarding the gate and discussing life as a French soldier, a sea captain who recently landed before sailing back to France, and a couple of common folk tending the sheep. This would be a great place to visit in the summer when more is going on.
We were able to download an app to our iPhones which took us on a walking tour of the site, seeing and hearing about the people who inhabited this area back ...
... with the waves crashing onto the car and the wind blowing us
We set up camp for the next two nights at a great provincial
park (Mira River). We were lucky to get a site in an area where you need to
park your car then walk in, all by ourselves. We got to enjoy the sunset last
night and the sunrise this morning, and they were spectacular. We even
encountered a couple of foxes along the route out of the park.
Yesterday, we spent ...
... we thought they would be just a crab cake or two and a few wontons but nooooooo it was a full meal with chips and salad on the side...so much goodness!!! Then I had a fabulous lobster ravioli and Mark had a blackened halibut. My dad ordered chicken and my mom a vegetarian pasta. Mine was the best out of the bunch and it kind of hurt to give half to Mark. Of course then we had to share deserts. The four of ...
... including the walls, moat and bastions on the east side, the Governor's Palace and many private, government and military buildings.
It was a big site and a pleasant day, but the re-enactors are mostly perfunctory. There were a few who seemed to know their stuff, but the rest seemed just to be time servers and time wasters ... lots of female 'soldiers' for example, which rather ruined the effect, even if it ...
... Harbour where the forest is right to the shoreline with lots of little islands in the bay. Richard now calls me Dawn Japanese Thorn because the video camera and digital camera are working in overdrive. It's lightly raining now and we have the last views of the Atlantic Ocean at Sugarloaf, Halibut Head where the road
cuts through the Acadian forest over to the Bay of St Lawrence, which we can see in the distance. Took the turn at St Margaret ...