The Manor Inn Lakeside Resort

Rte. 1 Evangeline Trail, Nova Scotia, B0W 1X0, Canada | Inn
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We have Sold Mara Station!

A travel blog entry by paulandginny

7

Dear family and friends,
We have just received confirmation we have sold our place after a few challenging weeks of negotiations! We will be flying home this Saturday and returning to Halifax October 26 so we can continue with our travels! We have found a lovely smaller place at Gardom Lake to live, so we'll still be living in the area. Hope to see some of you soon, so we catch up with your happenings. Watch this spot later on in October/November!
love,
Ginny and Paul
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An Island of peace and relaxation

A travel blog entry by paulandginny

5

... which keeps the volts up to a reasonable level. However, the fog rolled in and and by the early hours of the third morning the fridge quit because the voltage was too low. Paul connected the truck and ran it for 10 minutes which did the trick and our fridge came back on! The weather improved so we were able to hike some more. We had some delightful evening suppers with Pat and Pete, and enjoyed a campfire, ...

Toot Toot goes the fog horn

A travel blog entry by craig.d.work

1

... many as Jenny in Barachois but far more swelling involved...  Breakfast was eaten at Liverpool (a short drive away) where we enjoyed our cereal in chairs in the parking lot of the lighthouse museum. From here we finished eating and went into the museum to learn about the lighthouse. We even got to try the manual fog horn they had on display that they used to use when ships would enter the harbour. From here we started southwest towards Yarmouth where ...

Coastal drive to Cape Forchu

A travel blog entry by jerry.sue

21

On the way to Cape Forchu we make stops at lighthouses: Point Prim, Gilbert's Cove and Cape St. Mary. Cape Forchu is a very scenic area, too bad bad the skies were still overcast. After Cape Forchu we head to our hotel in Shelburne with a stop first at Bacarro Point ...

WHAT AN ISLAND!!!! (& another Anniversary)

A travel blog entry by walters2012

4

... with lobster pots. We climbed the granite coastline and took in the sea and the feel of this place. An artist called William de Garth had carved into a granite wall, the story of the Village. It was in 3 parts – first a Guardian Angel for the Fishermen (and the Artist’s pet gull Joe), second the bounty of the sea and Peggy herself – a local girl who was said to have lost her lover to the sea and third, the working men of the cove. We stayed ...

Location

This inn, located on Rte. 1 Evangeline Trail, Nova Scotia, is near Cape Forchu Lighthouse, Firefighters' Museum of Nova Scotia, W. Laurence Sweeney Fisheries Museum, and Tusket River.
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