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We decided to take a little road trip into southern Nova Scotia. We drove down towards Lunenburg which is famous for building the Bluenose. You might be familiar with the bluenose as it is on the back of all our dimes! Before getting to Lunenburg we drove through a town called Mahone Bay. It was a cute little town with a creepy twist. I don't know if there was a festival or event going on but there were life size dolls everywhere. Private houses had them on ...
... and 1758. It was such a cool place, we got to see a musket getting fired, all the artillery and watch towers, and a big slab of cod on my plate. It was really good.
The day after that, We drove to Halifax and to Peggy's Cove. Peggy's cove was amazing! A light house was constructed on top of a rocky shore line making a picture perfect setting.
Next was the Annapolis Valley. The ...
... br> It was windy on our last day, to be on the safe side we decided to bring in slide so we don't loose another awning! (The slide has a small built on awning that automatically comes out with the slide).
We are nearing the end of our Canadian Cross Country Adventure - only 5 more stops on the list unless we come across an unexpected gem! So the countdown is on 10 - 14 days left of Part 1 of our North American Tour!
... population & has created a catalogue with photos & names of all whales sighted in the Gulf of Maine which is opposite the Bay of Fundy where we were!
Hope you enjoy these videos & photos as much as enjoyed looking through them all!
Its taken a while to load all these on the blog site so I'll leave it to tell you about what else we did around Digby & the North Coast of Nova Scotia.
... only partially impressed with the kit. The fit and finish of the bars are outstanding, and all the hardware is stainless, except the replacement engine bolts that are grade 8. The main, lower, part of the mount is quite strong, and it looks like it will work with any skid plate, but the upper simply ties the two sides together with a supplied cross bar. It looks like a hard hit might bend the two tied together uppers to one side. I think this winter I will build a bracket that ...