45th Parallel Motel and Restaurant
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The trip home was versions of everything else we did in the previous 3 weeks. There were: - ferry rides including the big one (from Newfoundland back to North Sydney), the wee one (to cross Bras D'or Lake) and glorified barge (to get from Deer Island to Campobello). - a beach every day in every province including one down the shore from Louisbourg, Melmerby Beach (north of New Glasgow) which was Paul's last beach, and Herring Cove (on Campobello where we ...
... in the north of the park.
America's Favourite road, or so they say, is the Blue Ridge Parkway, which stretches for 469 miles along the Appalachian Mountains from the Smoky Mountains NP in Tennessee to Shenandoah NP in Virginia. It was designed right from the start and built to be a 'protected scenic road'. It was 52 years in the making and is a very pleasant way to take a drive thru' the Eastern USA. Lots of good national park run camp grounds, no shops, commercial ...
... in the Wall. You had to hike along a cliff to get there and there were the most spectacular views. We saw a menke whale playing in the surf. By then the sun was coming out and it was warming up. We had a quick lunch at the campsite and then went to get on the wale watch boat. The seas were really choppy thank God I had my patch on! Sadly no big whales sited today, only a menke whale after almost five hours at sea :(. Didn't get back to the campsite until 9;45. We are cold and ...
... and stopped to skip some rocks. Afterwards, we drove into the woods, parked our car near a trail head and ventured off. About 10 minutes into our walk, we came to the cliffs where we were able to take some beautiful pictures of the cliffs and the Bay of Fundy and follow a boardwalk trail along the cliffside. It was starting to get colder, so we set back for the car and drove back to the US to visit the Eastern most point of the United States, West Quoddy Lighthouse.
... the shops and pick up some souvenirs of my coastal vacation. I met several of my fellow participants there, but that evening I learned that some of the others had been more adventurous. One man crossed the Canadian/American border four times that day in order to drive to St. Andrews, Nova Scotia. Another person had taken advantage of low tide to visit the East Quoddy Lighthouse, a trek that entailed climbing up and down iron stairways and slogging across ...