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... amp; spit water when we lifted them out of the tank! Thats how they move along the ocean floor by opening & closing their shell!
The Lunenberg board of trade run the campground at the top of the hill in town, it's a bit of a climb but good exercise coming black - which we need! It was very basic parking lot style site but we managed to back up to a lovely view over an inlet so it made for ...
... back there in your home town
So bid farewell to the Eastern town you never more will see
There's self respect and a steady cheque in this refinery
You'll miss the green and the woods and streams and the dust will fill your nose
But you'll be free and just like me an idiot I suppose
In finishing, I have to mention the large number of Germans - both Canadian born with German roots and people directly from Germany who ...
... a picturesque fishing village the camera were in overdrive again. Met a lovely old fisherman at his little shop on the harbours edge selling lobster pots and floats. The wind is brass monkeys weather freezes your balls off. Froze while walking along the granite outcrops marveling at the powerful surf and taking a photo of the famous lighthouse. The cold was too much for us and we ran back to the car to put the heater on to warm up.
Back at ...
... like other people there. The little pub is very popular and packed we managed to get the last small tall table with high bench chair good view of the pub and very comfy. Enjoyed our Seafood Chowder (not as good as Digby) main course of Scallops, Caesar Salad and Chips ($65.00 with tip). Young couple next to us heard our Aussie accent and asked which part of Australia we were from as his brother just bought a house near the beach somewhere ...
... full kitchen in one room with worse luck two double beds (too small for two people) and bathroom. Sliding door from the lounge goes to the balcony with the panoramic view of Lunenburg.
Time to relax it's 3.00pm afternoon tea time with a lovely slice of pineapple looking at the view of Lunenburg. Logged on the WIFI good strong connection downloaded today's photos and did the blog Richard had a rest till dinner. The office ...