Sunday, June 23, 2019

Nova Scotia - part 3

Left from Cape Brenton towards the causeway to exit the Cape.  Both headlight bulbs burned out so we made a stop at the Canadian Tire store to change the bulbs. 

Back on the road with blazing lights through the fog.
We had hard rain all the way to our next stop.

Our destination, the Black Duck B&B Inn had an amazing view.  The owner, Gloria, let us put all the wet clothing in front of the wood burning stove for the night.  Due to the all day of rain it really needed a good drying.  We were cold so she heated us some cranberry herbal tea and some biscuits.  It really warmed us up. 

In the morning, we left Port Dufferin and made our way to Digby for our last night in Nova Scotia.
The next day we boarded the Bay Ferry for our journey over to New Brunswick.  It was a nice ride.  The boat had an escalator and several levels for vehicles and people.   

Ken boarding the boat.

While on the ship, there was a display of several ocean birds.  This was pretty cool.  At noon, they did a presentation on whales.  We saw several porpoises in the ocean.   

We made it to New Brunswick.  
St. John's is where we landed.  The GPS took us to the freeway to head to our next location which was St. Andrews.

Pink Cadillac and trailer on the way to St. Andrews.

We went downtown for dinner.  It is a small island with shops and whale watching trips.

We stayed at Tara Manor for the night.  

A decommissioned lighthouse on the bay.

Cool hotel in town.

Very pink house in St. Andrews.
 (maybe where the owner of the pink Cadillac lives...)

We left St. Andrews and headed to St. Stephen where we fueled up and headed across the boarder into Maine.  

Many nice churches along the way.  In New Brunswick and in Maine.

The coastal road from the boarder to Bangor was our route.  This is where we stopped for lunch.

We didn't see the frightened man in the window before we went in for lunch.  
He must not have had the same waitress that we had.  We had a great meal and excellent service.

More beautiful churches. 

More in part - 4

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