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We spent the day with Ann & Bill touring the Lunenburg area near Halifax. 'Twas a bit of a grey day & hence not a lot of pics to share. Experienced an 'it's a small world' moment while on the shipyard dock in Lunenburg viewing the Bluenose. There, of all places, I ran into an ER nurse from North Vancouver!! Definitely a very small world!
The next day we drove up to Blomidon Provincial Park which is past Wolfville and a cool little outcropping along the Nova Scotia side of the Bay of Fundy. It was an ugly day outside so we started our hike early to try to avoid the rain that was inevitable. The park itself was closed and there was a nice big warning asking hikers to wear Hunter Orange to avoid getting shot by hunters. Chris wore ...
... laundromat one of the loads hadn't washed at all and so we were now behind. We dried the colored clothes and waited for the whites to wash and then dry while watching CNN and catching up on world events.
We returned to the van and decided that the day was far to spent to head over the bridge into Halifax to see the pier. A website we found described the pier it as an open indoor shopping market with crafts and unique gifts ...
... these massive currents running at 11-12 mph. Doesn't sound like much but when you consider how much water is flowing through this area, it is mind boggling.
We returned to the geological museum, learned a lot about the local varied geology of Nova Scotia and the young lady at the front desk gave us some tips on possible places to visit. We headed west over hill and dale on a roller coaster ride (it felt like ...
... 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.