Bras d'Or Lakes Inn
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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... victorious, eventually joining forces and beating out the kids just before the tide swept the game away. On Day 8 we paddle to Linwood Harbour and were booked in at an actual campground with a bathroom and nice grass. The lady there was super nice and gave us marshmallows to roast. We slept in on Day 9 until 8am and were on the water by 9.45am. The tide was against us as we tried to exit Linwood Harbour and a few of my kids got shot back into the harbour. It ...
It's hard to believe it's Friday. We have been gone one week. We realize that it will be expensive for us to tow the trailer to fort Louisburg so we decided to pull the trailer into a campsite. That's when we came a cross Battery Provincial Park. This is a beautiful provincial park that is nestled in the banks just outside St. Peter's . Below the park is a channel lock ( St. Peters Canal) that gives boater's access ...
A meeting of minds was my alarm this morning as the local homeless convention took place in the alley beside my dorm room; beyond one member's anger at another’s stealing his beer I’m not sure what else was on the agenda, as I chose to vacate the room rather than try to sleep alongside the racket. By the time I’d reallocated my bits and pieces to the two backpacks it was time for breakfast, and still none of my roommates stirred from their slumber.
Epic Road Trip Day 9 – August 28, 2010
Kilometers Driven: 310
Miles Hiked: 3.25
Boulders Hopped: 473
Steep Mountain Curves Hungrily Eaten by Monty at More Than Twice The Suggested Limit: 240
Snakes Spotted: 2
I'm a little distracted right now as I write up this blog. We’ve setup camp at Battery Provincial Park in Nova Scotia, on Cape Breton Island. The site ...
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Halifax jusqu'au parc provincial Battery, NS
Bon matin de la banlieue nord de Halifax! Je me suis levée tôt et j'ai défait mon site rapidement et je suis allée à Dartmouth, tout près de mon camping, pour une petite visite de la Maison Quaker, bâtie en 1786 (plus de 200 ans!) où j'ai appris quelques trucs sur leur mode de vie et à propos de la pêche à la baleine. L'Angleterre avait payé les ...