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S: Maritime Holiday

BC: The End

FC: Our Maritime Holiday

1: Life brings simple pleasures to us every day. It is up to us to make them wonderful memories.

2: Halifax

4: Cows Ice cream Shop | Salty's Seafood Restaurant

5: Alexander Keith's

6: Travel Afar and DiscoverWithin

7: Downtown Halifax on the Harbor

8: The Split Crow

9: Maritime Museum

12: All things grow better with love.

14: Murphy's Restaurant Garrison's Brewing Pier 21 Casino Nova Scotia

15: You need to climb the hill to get to Mexicali Rosas | Great Margaritas

16: Peggy's Cove Lighthouse We explored and photographed Peggy's Cove then just before dusk the area cleared out and we got these amazing photos. of the lighthouse in solitude

17: Enjoying the rock climbing on a warm windy day

19: A Beautiful View

21: One's destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things. Henry Miller

22: Peggy's Cove Bay

26: Just as we were driving away we spotted a city of Inukshuks. It would not have been a complete day if we didn't stop and create our own.

28: Swiss Air Flight 111 Memorial | Peggy's Cove Lighthouse

29: The cement structures aim to where the plane went down in the ocean | The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeing new landscapes, but in having new eyes. Marcel Proust

30: Fog rolling in at the Atlantica Hotel and Marina - Elk Island Resort

33: "Forty feet below 2 million pounds are buried " are the words found carved into a rock under an Oak Tree.. This beginning years of excavation and treasure hunting beginning in 1795 extending right into this century.

34: The Three Churches in Mahone Bay. Russ found a pub and I had fresh locally harvested scallops

37: Mahone Bay

40: Throw your dreams into space like a kite, and you do not know what it will bring back, a new life, a new friend, a new love, a new country. Anais Nin

42: Travel makes one modest. You see what a tiny place you occupy in the world. Scott Cameron

43: Blue Rocks, Nova Scotia

46: Entering New Brunswick

47: Moncton Its about Football

49: Parlee Beach by Shediac

50: Hopewell Rocks | Russell at Hopewell Rocks

53: Tami at Hopewell Rocks

57: Tide In & Tide Out We had to return to Hopewell two days later to catch the tide in during the day. The tide cycles at approx. 6 hour intervals.

58: St. John, New Brunswick | Bay of Fundy National Park

59: Alma, New Brunswick

60: Boy when it gets dark its black out there, Especially with the rain and fog., Nobody else seems to be on the roads either. | Charlottetown, PEI | Moncton

61: Clam Diggers, Georgetown, PEI The best blueberry bread pudding desert | Montague River Cottages

62: Prince Edward Island National Park - Dalvay

63: Panmure Island Provincial Park

64: The Dunes Restaurant and gift shop

67: Charlottetown Harbor, PEI

68: We took Confederation bridge to PEI but took the Ferry back to Nova Scotia

69: Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site

71: Whitepoint,, Cape Breton

72: The scenery reminds me of the Pacific Coast | The temperature hovered between 15 and 20 degrees , It was warm considering that it rained or was foggy for most of the time, Must have had something to do with the hurricane Ophelia that had come up from the Caribbean. | Our Ride of 4300 km

73: Cheticamp , Cape Breton

75: Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site

78: Driving to Truro, It's very dark, light rain. Saskatchewan is losing against the Stampeders back home, this much we know. | We are starting to react like real tourists, "Look - turn at the sign!" But after awhile we learnt : there are a lot of lighthouses and we don't need to travel 20 minutes to find one After awhile we didn't even stop when they were close. | Antigonish | Truro

80: Provincial Park

83: Victorian B & B in Kingstown Wine Tours

86: It was a long drive through Digby then to the ferry to get to the Island where the Balancing Rock was, it was foggy all the way but surprisingly it was beautiful along the ocean.

90: Recommended by the boy from Calgary working at the winery, hand picked lobster. A t a simple wharf restaurant, probably the best lobster I ate on vacation | It was so foggy you can barely see this lighthouse beacon

91: A very busy diner, lunch before heading home.

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  • Title: Maritimes Vacation
  • Tami And Russell 2011
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