Graham's Pioneer Retreat
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... at Fort Anne and the historic buildings in Annapolis Royal. Like John says, pretty well everything is historic around here.
Even though we are close to the Bay of Fundy, we haven't really experienced the tides yet. I guess we will have to wait till we get over to New Brunswick.
... the culture here, something we complain about with the Hispanics in our country. However, it doesn’t seem to be an issue or problem here. Of course I don’t think they are dealing with illegal Acadians here.
In Yarmouth, they celebrate a day called Dump Day. This is in November when all of the lobster fisherman go out to sea to dump their traps. Everyone in town goes down to the wharf to see them off and line up the cars with ...
Arrived in this beautiful wine country valley. Reminds us a lot of the rolling hills of Vermont...only with vineyards. We're staying at a riverfront campground called Dunromin.....get it? Anyway...went on the Magic Bus Winery Tour. It goes to 4 vineyards where you get a tour and a wine tasting. We had lunch at Luckett Vineyards overlooking their vineyard, the valley and Cape Split. What a beautiful place! The owner ...
... ferry arrived. Fish and chips at the same place William and Kate ate when they visited here last summer, sorta random but a good story.
The ferry was fairly uneventful, but one thing I did notice was they had the OLDEST video arcade I have ever seen.
We spent more time on the ...
... Most were taken on the street. We were dogging cars and cops who would shoo us away if we were there too long. Well, it was the fastest tour of D.C. I have ever taken, but fun nonetheless.
From there we rode up through Baltimore, MD, Newark, NJ, and "Da" Bronx in NY. We stopped for dinner in Stamford, CT, and then ended our day in Bridgeport, CT, at a Hampton Inn.
We only rode about 310 miles this day, but ...