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... Had fresh blueberry pie for dessert this evening. I could make a meal out of one of those pies! Sitting here in the late twilight next to a good sized campfire looking out over an extremely low tide; water somewhere between 1/4 & 1/2 mile offshore. Mostly cloudy skies so stars are few but the air is calm and smells of the salt water. All in all a very pleasant evening. All in all a great time at Spencer's Island, Nova Scotia. Off to Halifax ...
In Acadia, NS, residents only speak an "old French" that harkens back to Northern France's olden days. Signs are in French. Schools are in French. Only French masses at Ste. Anne's Cathedral and University. In the nearby military town of Greenwood, a quick visit was made to the Greenwood Air Force Museum in honor of my brother. Berwick is known as the "apple capitol" of NS...and we joyfully discovered why!!! Beautiful farmlands, orchards & ...
... out that morning to see Advocate Harbour and found this place whereupon made a reservation for later that day and returned to Parrsboro to retrieve CharLi. Our energy was revitalized. and we drove the route 3 times, twice with Mr. Toad, and once towing Toad with CharLi. But who is counting toad miles. We aren't!
Before we returned to Spencers Island, we first stopped first at the Geological museum in ...
... Molly I’m sure has managed to smuggle a
couple of her favourites into the car.
On the road again now
and to Port Greville where we will stay tonight. As we get closer the temperature
drops from 28°C to 16°C and we run into heavy rain with a bit of lightening in
the distance. It makes us grateful that we are not camping tonight.
... night the highest tide this month is to be 27.2 followed by a low of 1.0..... I would expect here it might be slightly higher but wifi connection (despite our closeness to the tower) is not great so I can't check the heights online. I also read "At mid-tide, the flow in Minas Channel north of Blomidon equals the combined flow of all the rivers and streams on Earth!" That seems absolutely amazing to me.