Travel Blogs from Digby
... today and it was down to 22psi. So I'm loosing air again in that troublesome rear tire. I found bubbles again coming from one of the tire plugs. I have a can of that "Slime" in my garage that I will give a go. I pulled the valve core and emptied half a can in. It seemed to work because after I inflated the tire back to 32 psi it held with no bubbles near either of the two plugs. I only need to make it to the end of the year off with this poor tire. Fingers crossed. Yet another ...
... there was an accident when a car tried to drive on a moving ferry. Also the lady said to drive straight across Long Island a 20 minute drive to the other ferry to Brier Island as it leaves every 25 minutes and once we land on Long Island she said to see the Balancing Rock on the way back as we have a n hour wait for the ferry.
Finally it is 11.30am Richard is good at driving onto ferries paid our $5.50 we are first on and first ...
... chicken ready for dinner later on. Relaxed catching up with checking things on laptop and Ric******* his ipad. Skyped Linda in Florida and Marg is not good the Doctors at Christian Holland Homes want to put Marg in Faith Home Nursing Home side (loonie bin) till she is assessed re dementia. It is so sad she will not be able to take Faith (cat) with her as she will be in a one bedroom I feel sad for Linda being in Florida and not knowing what ...
... orchards, farmlands and forest. There is a fair bit of traffic on the single carriage highway. You never tire of the views little two story farm houses with barns some have silos, with autumn maples as wind barriers cattle grazing near by.
Passing Berwick the apple growing area then a little later in the distance is Greenwood the largest air force base in Canada. Lots of little towns or villages on either which we will go on at ...
... Acadiens had 150 years of habitation in the area until expulsion. The photos show the current recreation of their fort. Visiting Granville Ferry means crossing a dike along the Annapolis River, which at this point is very tidal driven. There is an electrical power generating station on the dike that uses a turbine, driven by tidal flows. Always good to see renewable energy in action. After that, we turned west and drove back to Digby for lunch and ...
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