Proctor's Lakehouse Cottages
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... right near the climbing area. Their pizzas were sooo yummy. We went to this place two nights in a row and both times there was live music. What a lovely two evenings out. We celebrated over two beers that were served in Ball's canning jars. I wonder...who ever started the whole drinking out of canning jars?
The third day, Ben and I decided it would be a rest day. We went into town, had another lovely breakfast at the diner, and browsed ...
During the months of September and October our cruiser friends were taking time off to visit family and friends back home. I was told that airplane tickets were cheapest during this time. We had planned a visit back to New England at one point, it seemed like a good time to make a trip back up north.
... her. We invited them on board and showed them the boat and had a nice visit. In the discussion, we mentioned we had hope to get a few groceries at the store but understood it was closed. They offered to take us, so off we went in their truck. Not only did they take us to the store but they took us on a tour of Grand Mañan. We headed out again in the morning. We had hoped to see the cliffs from the boat but we were still in heavy fog. About four and ...
... track. All the New England States are pretty in summer and would be fantastic in winter also but not for us sun lovers. Locals said it could be a white out for three months if they don't get rain. You can tell it must get cold for awhile as wood piles at houses are huge, enough for three years in ...
... an already established trail around the visitor centre, then towards the gorge. Walking on the packed trail was quite easy, but off trail, it was a pretty hard slog through soft snow. With the weather warming up, the trees, particularly conifers, were shedding large clumps of snow, some landing right on the camera.
The trail led down to a traditional timber covered bridge over a stream which is usually frozen, but is running quite freely, then up along ...