Wandlyn Inn Kentville
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... a dip in the Atlantic Ocean. Once we got back on the road, we realized it was getting late and it was time for dinner. We headed to Western Shores to the Seaside Shanty. It was in a quiet little cove in Mahone Bay. I had lobster chowder and scallops. Sheila had a fish sandwich.
Not sure what we will be doing on our last day in Western Nova Scotia.
Chuck and Sheila Noel & ...
... up on all the news.
After supper we visited Ron and Mary Osmond who had retired in the Greenwood area years ago. They are very involved in community life and are enjoying their retirement. Since we had last seen Ron he has had a repaired aneurysm and heart bypasses. Looking great! Mary served us cheesecake with bake apples on top - Mmmmm good!
... also one of the rare places to witness a bore tide. Sheree wants to take one of the zodiacs and go play on the rapids for a couple of hours and get completely muddy and soaked but Ted is a wimp and thinks that it wouldn't be that much fun in cold weather. It is quite costly for the two of us to both go. We have decided we will just look but not touch.
The Grand Pre visitors center was of course closed by 6 minutes when we ...
... grew up about 3 minutes down the beach and begins to tell us about the erosion of the beach over past couple years and points to the end of the road we are facing.
Hmm, I ask her if it is ok to camp down there? Yes it is, if you don't mind not having any service.
Lessee... Incredibly beautiful view or electric? We dry camp a fair amount on the west coast but have been serviced out ...
... of the day. (45.394501, -64.652878) In the end I was rewarded with one bar of fuel remaining on my fuel gauge. I knew I could make it, so we pressed on to Amherst. Made it. I fuelled while Jo found a Tim Hortons. We parked next to a VStrom 650 and enjoyed the coffee.
Next Stop will be G Bourque in Dieppe. We ran the Highway home to save some time. Picked up a few parts for Jo at G Bourque and ran home to call it A DAY.
What a day it was.