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The fog was clearing around 9 as we began our day. We were headed to Lunenburg but our first stop was at a farmer's market in the small village of Blockhouse, near Mahone Bay. Apparently it's still too early here for most vegetables, but we did buy lettuce, spinach, baked bread and homemade jam. About a half dozen vendors were there, along with a local musician playing some down-home folk music. Jim could ...
... 8217;s Tunnel is a natural cave, but was extended by gold miners during the 1861 gold rush at the Ovens. At the height of the gold rush, the Ovens supported a town of more than 1,000 miners. Three years later, the boom was over, but small refining operation continued into the 1920’s. In 1935 Oscar Young reacquired pieces of land that once belong to the Meisners, his adoptive parents, and opened The Ovens Natural Park. More parcels ...
... the map and found one at the Shopping Centre where we are to go. Tank filled probably for the last time $1.294 at Irving, crossed over to SaveEasy for more food then to our favorite Tim Horton's for afternoon tea watch some people check the for sale sign and Pontiac out.
Quick trip back to the motel to put the food in the fridge then back to park in Lunenburg to have a walk around and take some photos. First stop was the Bluenose ...
... As I said, we were still intending to eat. A kind couple offered to come with us to "The Old Triangle" as we couldn't locate it with the GPS. Rose and Mike Axelson. Within minutes it felt like we had known them forever - exactly what Jehovah wants the brotherhood to be. What a night. The pub was cozy and intimate in the way the best pubs are and Mike introduced us to the band. Alas, the kitchen closed before we even got there but the drinks did the trick. Fell into bed ...
... it gets dark. Tomorrow we head for the Bay of Fundy. The next day we start our drive home. I just can't believe how quickly the time has gone.
Road-kill Tally from the start of our trip until today (note: we harmed no animals in the creating of this tally. The two birds that hit the side of the RV were not our fault. We blame poor navigation on the part of the birds):
Porcupines = 12
Skunks = 8
Raccoons = 3