The Point Cottages by the Sea
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... Pleasant Bay below.
During a lull along the way, where we were once again trying to spot moose, Allison had us do a team activity involving moose. It was most amusing.
Two other stops: one overlooking a Montana-size valley filled with maple trees that should have been changing. She tells us that typically Maritimes' color lags behind New England’s. NOW you tell me!
The other stop: Neils Harbour, a ...
... it best, “For a day at leisure, we were busy from 9:30 to 3:30!”
I have added photos below from Ungerers, Pickets and Hohns. Thanks, all!
We dined again at The Purple Thistle, trying different items from the same menu. All yummy.
We then wandered into the Highland Sitting Room to listen to Rob MacLean, Canadian folk singer.
A pleasant end to a pleasant ...
... I have ever seen
Over Wreck Cove river and birch plain, over French River which is more like French trickle today.
Wreck Cove General store for the biggest cinnamon rolls ever and lobster sandwiches
Baseball pitch next to the Gaelic singers’ hall. Cache at first base.
Looking for 45,246 Cabot Trail, address of the celtic quilt shop. The quilts in the brochure were more traditional and celtic than ...
... clouds although they started clearing the farther south we went. We had another of our famous "moments" when Paul woke me from a nap (I was getting car sick whipping around the hair pin curves by Ingonish) to inquire "where are we?". I apparently have the ability to be awoken from a sleep in a location where I have nver been before and be able to determine our whereabouts. This is why we don't need a GPS. And in case you were wondering, we were at ...
... goes out to a magnificent cliff overlooking the gulf. We saw wild blueberries and a berry called the crowberry growing everywhere. We could see for miles. It was a long walk, but well worth it. We saw a huge, and I mean, huge bull moose on the way to the cliff. We have seen moose in Alaska and in Colorado, but we have never seen one this big. He was the size of a small elephant with a rack that had to span 4 - 5 feet. A lot of people gathered ...