Cape Breton- Part 3. Mowat and St Peters

It is a big mixed grey blue sky and I am excited to start today's adventures. I will be tracking down Farley's Arc. A track of land that was donated to the Nova Scotia Nature Trust by Canada's famous writer Farley Mowat. Then I'm off to one of North Americas  oldest European settlements; St Peters. The [...]

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Cape Breton- Part 2-A Tourist at Home

Port Hastings When I was here in July there was a rather jolting drop from the bridge to the road, I am pleased with the smoothness of the new pavement.  I am now on Cape Breton Island. Port Hastings area to be exact. First stop is right here. I swing into the drive way on the [...]

Summer Of The Beach

Shoulder surgery has forced me to quash my adventurous side and come up with new ways to keep myself content and still feed my inner travel beast. I believe I have successfully done this by hunting out new beaches and visiting old favourites.  I have been rather successful judging from my tan.  Here are some [...]

In Honour of Canada’s 150th

  I had come back from a trip of a lifetime to Kenya in March 2016 that left a travel hangover bigger than my will. I needed a hair of the dog to aid my re-entry into New Brunswick life and to find a fitting way to celebrate Canada's 150th that was all mine. However, [...]