1880 Kaulbach House Historic Inn
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Today started out with an email from Sean's father, Jeff and his wife Maureen, who happened to be just outside Halifax. We managed to meet up with them at Pier 21 for a coffee and a short visit. It was great to see them and chat about our travels - they are heading to the Celtic Colours music festival on Cape Breton Island.
We visited the Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21. It ...
... 2, a beautiful sailing boat that was named after the most famous sailing ship in Canada called Bluenose. It is depicted on their 10cent coin! Everyone wants to get a shot of good old Bluenose! We walked along some of streets enjoying the sights of the colourful buildings. Finally headed out of town for Digby. It was a great drive, mostly at a sedate 80km/h. Lots of small little clusters of houses at times. As is our way we decided to not take the most direct route ...
... view mirror. Sheree saw it too as it ran into the bushes. No picture to be had. We decided to head to the ferry to Nova Scotia leaving from the other side of the island and do some sightseeing along the way. Just as we started driving up the road we saw another fox. This one was a bit bigger and was just walking on the road and periodically stopping, looking and listening as if it were hunting something in the undergrowth. We inched up on him and took ...
... had the special which was halibut and clams. I had a lobster and snow crab bake. It was phenomenal! Mark said his was cooked amazingly but mine was to die for! I only ate half of it as it was really rich, but I really wish we had a fridge as it hurt to leave it on the plate. We had to stop at Cows for ice cream on the way back to the hotel as it has been voted by Reader's Digest as the 'Best Ice Cream in Canada'. It has something ridiculous like ...
... damaged in the Caribbean and was not economical to save. Several years ago, the Bluenose II was built by a local family who gave the schooner to the Province of Nova Scotia who has renovated her to a replica of the original. She has begun sea trials, but her last test failed as her steel rudder is too heavy to be controlled by the original style system, so they are in port converting the steering system to hydraulics.
As part of ...