Blue Puttees Ferry from North Sydney, Cape Breton, to Port Aux Basque, Newfoundland. Day 1 "Did you come in on the ferry?" the lady at the kiosk at the J.T. Cheesman Provincial Park campground asks me. I nod and say " yes" she raises her eyebrows and her forehead wrinkles up in a look of... Continue Reading →
Meat Cove The most northern community in Nova Scotia is Meat Cove. Lots of hikes, look offs and peace and quiet. Happy Travels from Maritimemac TipIf you enjoyed this content and found it helpful, you can tip me to show your appreciation.CA$1.00Click here to purchase.
Follow the Fundy Trail Parkway to this stunning look off. If you are adventurous and (prepared), you can follow the trail to the bottom of the falls, known as The Eye of the Needle. Here people swim across the river and continue onward to the Fundy footpath. My favourite hike in New Brunswick. Eye of... Continue Reading →
The first settlement in Canada, The habitation, Port Royal, Nova Scotia dated 1605. Samuel de Champlain, over looks his life's work at the Habitation. Port Royal Happy travels from Maritimemac TipIf you enjoyed this content and found it helpful, you can tip me to show your appreciationCA$1.00Click here to purchase.