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Travel Blogs from Cavendish
Anne of Green Gables brought us here but I have found that it is just a beautiful place. Every turn produces extensive green cultivated land. There is some yellow as the wheat is starting to dry off. The potato paddocks are neatly aligned in rows with most being topped with small white flowers. The soil is rich red all over the island and this is contrasted against the blue sea. The sun has been shining for us all day. I just can't believe the weather we ...
Long drive to get ourselves to Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia. Bit of trivia, this was home to Alexander Graham Bell, credited with the invention of the first practical telephone.
Once across the causeway we had to wait for the bridge to turn to let a yacht through.
Can't stop taking pics of the beaut colours of the leaves this time of year.
Found an RV Park near Baddeck that was closing the next day (that ...
... sea fishing for later that evening. It would be a three hour tour. We also, went into Cavendish, which is known for Lucy Maud Montgomery's popular works " Anne of Green Gables" here we went to the national historic site Green Gables which was donated by the Webb family to be kept as a historic site. Here, I was able to take some great photos. We also went for a walk through the haunted woods. During the walk we listened to the whispering ...
... to drive.
And get petrol.
And stop for a toilet (or, wash room) break.
And have a nice stop over at a shopping mall in which we explored for a half hour. We explored and discovered:
1. more wonderful washrooms
2. A shoe shop that was selling most shoes super cheap from a much higher price. I scored some cute sandals (my shoes in ...
... many different nationallity, but mostly it's the Irish and the English that left there footprint. There are so many towns and villages that bear English names like New London, New Glasgow and most roads bear those names as well.
The first settlers arrived in 1799 on the Island, and two years later they build their first church. That is a tradition that kept on going because there are thousands of churches on the island.