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... with the silver case in the corner are where I scattered her ashes. Doug also brought some of Slim's ashes to scatter at choice locations. We're heading back to the RV tomorrow to prepare for our trip to Cape Breton and then on to ...
... 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 ...
... out so we went for a long walk across the sand and pools left by the tide. There were a whole bunch of people digging for clams in the low tide. It was nice walking along with Nik though I started to think a bit too hard about leaving. I wish I was staying longer although I guess the time in Toronto will help me get over it a bit before having to head home and face everyone. When we got back we had a delicious homemade lasagne for dinner followed by the ice-cream. ...
... here before, both our parents had come to visit and we took them to New Glasgow Lobster Supper. We decided to keep up tradition and take the kids there, too. It was fantastic! Kevin and I ate tons of mussels, and tried to get the kids to eat them, but no such luck. However, Meghan had her own lobster and loved it! The other two had chicken fingers, but thankfully did try to lobster and liked it.
Even though the day was getting on, we ...