Parkview Farm Tourist Home and Cottages
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... While there, we visited the mining museum & toured a mine which was only 4.5 ft high. Another highlight, was our visit to the Fortress of Louisbourg a French military settlement built in 1720. It was the site of two battles, one in 1745 & the other in 1758, when it was destroyed by British forces. The fortress & town were reconstructed is the 1960's & 70's by the Canadian government. It is now a national historic site, which is run ...
... the way I discovered there was a "world class kitchen party" at Stanley Bridge, just 15 minutes from my KOA campsite in Cavendish. So off I went. What a fabulous evening. Music is a tonic for the soul which I desperately needed and I especially like east coast music. In the Women's Institute Hall, with only 50% of the seats full on this pre-season evening, we were treated to a fabulous concert headlining Richard Wood who is an accomplished ...
... we enjoyed sitting outside In the the summer sun. Had dinner outside at our picnic table. Then afterward Cath made a fire and she and Jude roasted marshmallows. In these northern climes the sky still has some light in the west at 10pm in the summer. We had thoughts of sitting around the campfire till the stars came out and staring into the face of the deep. However, dropping temperature and sleepiness overtook the desire to stare into the firmament and so we trundled off to bed. Happy ...
... the way over and when we got to the island it was still wet and very cold. We drove around the island until we reached the Anne of Green Gables museum which is the old farmhouse that belonged to Lucy M. Montgomerys uncle and aunt and which was the inspiration for her many novels. It was a lovely old house and apart from the ...
... of Canada in 1867. The home is where the Lieutenant Governor now lives. The gardens were beautiful. We carried on and passed other heritage homes, and interesting old parts of the old city centre with a lovely pedestrian avenue. Now we are in Nova Scotia, our ninth province, staying in a gorgeous little village called Bear River near Digby. We are staying with Paul's sister Pat and her partner Pete for a few weeks. It will be good to chill for a ...