Today we are leaving Louisbourg, and we are heading to our final campground in Nova Scotia. We are again part of the parking crew, so we are able to leave early. In this tight campground the hitching-up is like a delicate ballet…
We were soon on the road, along with two other Airstreamers; we stopped to catch a view at a convenient look-out point:
Our drive was uneventful, and we arrived in Baddeck, on the west coast of a large inland lake (technically a river…), called Bras d’Or Lake.
We performed our parking duties, and soon were able to relax. Lynda took in the view of the water, and even tested its temperature:
This evening there is a festival or street fair in the nearby town of Baddeck; we went to see what small Nova Scotia towns do for fun. It seems that they do about what all towns do: eat junk food, listen to local musicians, and wander about Main Street.
And, being on the water, we can see the lovely shoreline:
We didn’t hang around very long. We went back to the Villa and enjoyed the sunset:
Tomorrow we go see the Alexander Graham Bell museum…
August 29, 2017 at 3:19 pm
What beautiful views. Love seeing the photos… and the commentary 8^D.