The Point Cottages By The Sea
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... beautiful, but very isolated, and we wonder what they do for a living, other than fishing.
We drove back down the east coast and this shore is so different from the other side of the island. This is the Atlantic Ocean and the surf was high and the waves were big. There aren’t any beaches, just rock cliffs. Still amazing to see though. Along this shore is where the English explorer, John Cabot, first landed in the New World. If ...
... center... ). We have a million dollar view of St. George's Bay, and as a bonus, Jim watched a local Little League game being played in the adjacent baseball field.
You might wonder how we find all these great places to stay overnight (which we prefer to campgrounds). We use an app which lists locations in the US and Canada that allow RVers to stay overnight - "overnightrvparking.com." Tonight we are parked by the water with ...
... clif closer to the camp site.
Stopped for a burger and fish chowder on the way at the Prissy Pig in Antigonish, NS. Very good burger. Get the meat from the butcher shop next door and season it well.
From there pushed the rest of the way up to the causeway, nice and calm seas today, and then into Cape Breton.
Briefly stopped at the Gaelic College, Then focused on getting to my camp site early enough to get dinner and return before dark.
... the smell and were somewhat hesitant to go forward and we finally discovered the scores of the smell. Apparently one of the wild horses took a tumble over the cliff and had been decomposing for days. Thankfully it was not a bear, but a good warning to keep a distance from the unstable cliffs.
We continued on toward the beach and saw a family that had already found the spot. We didn’t want to disturb them so we ...
... had a hard time getting ...