Atlantic View Motel & Cottages
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... met by serving wenches who took us back to 1820 and told us amusing stories (some facts too) about the history of the place. This is the brewer who developed India Pale Ale by adding hops as a preservative so British soldiers in India could expect fresh tasting beer. Apparently earlier efforts at supplying beer resulted in spoiling due to the lengthy delivery time – and it should be noted that at the time, soldiers had a ...
... is much later than Washington and New England, and the daffodils aonly just in flower. Although we have had some chilly days, it is wonderful to be in a highly popular tourist destination well in advance of the summer crowds.
Just time for a word from the fox, who was as equally taken by the LL Bean complex as we were.
'Don't take life too seriously - nobody gets out alive ...
... or oysters, tuna tartare Kathy and I both had scallops for dinner. Very tasty. About halfway through the main course Sam showed up Looking tired but none the worse for wear. Luggage is on the next flight. Why did he call, txt, email? "I tried," he says. Sheesh.
KATHY: After dinner Tyler and Ian spotted in parking lot in robes and, oddly, matching booties. Captured them on film with Maureen.
On the way to Halifax, Karen and I stopped at a number of towns including Birchtown, White Point, The Ovens, Lunenburg, Mahone Bay and Peggy's Cove. Was quite a big day of driving but well and truly worth it. Birchtown is a National Historic Site and was a Black Loyalist (English) Village, originally populated by those who fled America during the American War of Independence. The conditions for these people were extremely poor and much harsher then what they were accustomed ...
... views of the village round the inlets and there is a tiny house on a island in the bay just in front of us. On the sides of the shore are salt marshes with spruce trees right up to the waters edge. Pity one couldn't wake up to this everyday coming up to Cheery Hill with the magnificent views of the rocky coastline of the Atlantic Ocean also called the South Shore of this section of Nova Scotia.
We didn't know till a few ...