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We left Digby heading southwards to drive right round the bottom of Nova Scotia. The weather was a little duller but still fine - how long can it last?
We were still passing through small pretty villages interspersed in the constant forests and lakes. The trees were now showing more and more of the autumnal colours. We drove through …
... or oysters, tuna tartare Kathy and I both had scallops for dinner. Very tasty. About halfway through the main course Sam showed up Looking tired but none the worse for wear. Luggage is on the next flight. Why did he call, txt, email? "I tried," he says. Sheesh.
KATHY: After dinner Tyler and Ian spotted in parking lot in robes and, oddly, matching booties. Captured them on film with Maureen.
... Canada - who have introduced themselves to us because Monica is flying a German flag out of the back window of our car in support of their World Cup soccer team. No matter where we travel in the world - Asia, South America and now the Maritimes - it always seems that Germans rank as the number one group of travelers. Not only in number but in quality as well. Thank goodness they beat Argentina as I do not think Monica likes losing all that much.
... was closed for the season the main attraction of the town with exhibits, displays, two boats, large wall aquariums, theatre and touch tank. We were looking forward to visiting the museum.
Next was the historic blacksmith shop now the Ironworks Distillery where they distill specialty liquor based products including apple vodka, rum, brandy and flavored liqueurs. Today they are distilling pears and the inside of the ...
... geology. The huge rocky outcrop due to tectonic plate movement 350million (or so) years ago makes for a fun walk. As you can see from the photos it was very foggy which gave the area a slightly eerie feel! We enjoyed standing on the rocks by the lighthouse and watching the fierce waves crash onto the shore on three sides of us.
On our way out we were very amused by a sign that said Halifax and pointed in both directions! How to confuse poor tourists! ...