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... t want to try a pen, but you do want to take a picture? The way she said it made me feel not only like a criminal, but an illogical one to boot. I told her to forget it and walked on. I was too scared to attempt any more pictures after that, forsaking even the adorable woolen sheep cuddly toy, and left soon after. Lecture number two, I thought; Halifax was not loving me today. But lectures, it seems, come in threes. After an afternoon nap to regain some core body heat, I decided ...
... his face the second I was going to take his picture. The main reason I wanted to go to the museum was of course to see the Titanic exhibit. I have now been to both the Titanic experience in Ireland at Cobh and to this museum exhibit in Halifax, so have seen artefacts from both the beginning and end of this one fatal journey that perennially haunts the collective memory. Though Titanic, it seems, is a drop in the water of wreckage statistics; some predict ...
... them home for a feast. We are on the road today and will spend the night in New Brunswick and then hope to cross the border into Maine tomorrow. It is hard to believe that we have been away and traveling for 2 months. Days have flown by and we are feeling the crunch of trying to be in Durham by Sept 15th. We all wish we had another month. We still want to see Bar Harbor( also where Ben wants to fly in a Bi-Plane), Freeport to visit the original LL Bean Store( ...
... about the "Big One" from a few years back. It proved difficult for us to get advice on the imminent storm threat; everyone downplayed it saying, "It can't be worse than that last one".
There are memorials everywhere: to fallen soldiers, Irish immigrants, plane crash victims. The Maritimes are a place to pay your dues, pay your respect, find out from whence you came. Afterwards, you leave to build a ...
... when we passed a restaurant - The Bicycle Thief - and decided that because it had such a great name, and even though it looked a bit fancy and we looked liked drowned rats, if they had a seafood chowder we would go in. The restaurant was packed (graduation day at the local university) but it was beautifully warm and the staff were incredibly welcoming and said there was room at the bar if we wanted to eat there. The chowder arrived in no time and was full ...