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The weather was not great but not too bad either and cleared up during the day when we crossed the bridge over to New Brunswick and stopped at the fossil cliffs of Joggins. The tide was up so we could not look for fossils but the scenery was stunning anyways. From there it was about 2 hours to get back to Halifax.
... The mussels here are a
favourite and the chowder wasn’t bad either. A wander through town confirmed
more of the same. The heritage houses simply amazing, each one nicer than the
Once back on board we sailed out
of the harbour under the new Confederation
Bridge. Was dark by the
time we got there but still an amazing sight. Fifteen kms long and ...
... this street had been renamed:
This unfortunate wharf was loved too much:
This town was named when a Frenchmen hit his thumb with a hammer:
Here is a street that everyone would want to ...
... We then stopped at a small barn that was the gallery of an older man who both paints and takes photographs. We saw that his wife also had some paintings displayed. The man said, "Yeah, she's getting there". We bought two raisin scones made by the poor wife of this man. We then walked across the street to a woman who works out of her home making amazing sculptures and pictures from pieces of glass.
... br> The Green Gables Heritage Place is within walking distance of the Homestead and more interesting. Separating the two is the Haunted Woods (aptly named by Anne). We didn't see any ghosts, but there were some scary, garishly dressed golfers nearby as the woods bordered a golf course.
As you exit the woods, you come upon Green Gables. The home and surrounding farm were owned by cousins of LMM. This place inspired ...