The Inn at St. Peters
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... walked across it on our way to a dip in the sea. The water here in the Gulf of St Lawrence is so much warmer than our beloved Oregon Coast, where one is numb and shivering in mere seconds. We waded out, paddled around a bit, then back to the warm white sands.
As we board the ferry taking us across the strait to Nova Scotia, we say goodbye, thank you to a lovely island province, and look forward to continuing the adventure exploring Cape Breton, and beyond. ...
... supper later that evening. But, as we drove through the nearby town, there were only a couple of options – one was closed and the other was packed. So we started back toward the campground. We kept driving and driving and then we were nearly back “home”, it was after 2pm, and too late to eat much of anything since we were to eat at five. Shirley said why don’t we stop for ice cream at the Cow ...
... pants. We made it to the Ferry "Confederation" with 30 minutes to spare. We were the first to load up so Buzz took the big steel ramp with pride. They gave us a couple of tie-down straps to hold the bikes in place. As the ship sailed, Jo and I headed for the cafeteria. I tried the chilli fries, Jo had the pulled pork. I read the paper. After lunch, we had some work to do. I had socks to change and Jo had an electrical plug to repair. I bummed a couple ...
... a Happy Retirement balloon with palm trees on it. I packed up and labelled my files...put my extended absence message on my voice and e mail and had that quintessential TV series closing scene where I put on my coat, shut off the lights and closed my office door.....then I skipped down the stairs and Elvis left the building!!
So now.....today, the adventure begins...a new chapter in our lives and our great journey starts...all ...
... I was in. It was all due to the elements.
While I felt pretty windblown when I got back to Morell, it was worth the effort. The views of the ocean were wonderful. There was also quite a bit of waterfowl, like cormorants, geese and blue heron.
I crawled back into Mac and off we drove. Finally made it to the town of St. Peter's Bay. My biggest memory of this area is two huge churches ...