Rum Runner Inn
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... Which is where we were on Sunday!) We also found out about the Halifax Explosion in 1917. Wow. That's all I have to say. I have seen the mini-documentary and mini-series that was put out by the CBC and I've seen the 'Part of our Heritage' blurb by the National Film Board about Vincent Coleman who gave his life to warn the train about the explosion (all are worth the watch) but I was not prepared for the detail and careful representation the ...
... town and toured the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic. This is a very good museum. They gave us an hour guided tour and passed on lots of information particularly about the Bluenose I and II, and lobsters. The area was originally a cod fishing area as this was the major fish there. Due in part to over fishing, water temperature changes, etc, the numbers of cod dropped , but scallops, haddock, and lobster moved in and the fishing industry ...
... be sold that is what I tell Richard every time I turn the laptop on but I think he has negative thoughts has been too long with Fab. The Info Centre is on top of a hill with views of the Lunenburg Back Harbour (back of building where camping ground is) and from the front you have glimpses of Lunenburg Harbour across the bay to Kaulback Head and the golf course next to where our motel is. Lucky for us the centre was open today will be ...
... seemed really excited to show a first timer how it was done! The lobster was lovely!
The Shore Club was visited by Charles and Diana in 1983. We hang out at all the Royal hotspots!
We had a foggy drive to our last night’s accommodation with the car. We stayed in a Holiday Inn Express (free thanks to Jenny’s sister) and we went off to bed knowing we had to pack everything back into our bags as we no longer had the car to store all our stuff ...
... We were aiming for a provincial park but very few have electrical sites. So we decided on a private park just outside of Peggy's Cove on Wayside Bay. Wayside park is family run. They are very friendly and the park is clean. Our site was across from the bay. Behind some trees. I am looking forward to having morning coffee outside looking on to the ...