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Old 08-12-2014, 11:50 AM   #1
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Pics from our Nova Scotia trip

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Drove the combo through Halls Harbour at low tides!




This is here: https://maps.google.ca/maps?q=halls+...va+Scotia&z=15


Visiting Fort Anne


Camped in Halifax (Woodhaven Park)


Harbourfront site in Louisbourg


Heading to Chéticamp and the Cabot Trail
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Old 08-12-2014, 01:26 PM   #2
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More to come later!
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How was the drive around the Cabot Trail with that rig? I miss the East Coast just looking at these photos.
Is Woodhaven the Campground with the two x a day train? LOL


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Old 08-13-2014, 06:29 AM   #5
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@ Dagwood

We didn't drive the TT around the National Park section of the Cabot Trail. We had camped 2 days in Baddeck, then did the South portion of the Cabot Trail to Chéticamp. Parked there for 3 nights and did the Cabot Trail - National Park section back and forth with the Sierra only. It's less stressful and more enjoyable this way. Plus you can't always stop everywhere you want with the TT on that road!

Woodhaven is in Hammonds Plains (North-West of Halifax), we camped there 2 nights, and we never heard any train go by, but then again we didn't spend much time in the campground (aside from the sleeping period!!!). However, looking at Google Maps, I don't see any railroad tracks nearby!
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Old 08-13-2014, 11:15 AM   #6
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More pics!

Burncoat Head Park at low tides


Foggy day in Brier Island (Digby Neck)


Balancing Rock


Acadian Village in West Pubnico


Lockeport Beach


Lunenburg (Unesco protected area)



Peggy's Cove:


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Louisbourg Lighthouse


Louisbourg National Historic Site



A few Cabot Trail pics



Walk in the Cape Breton Highlands National Park,..... that's the Cabot Trail down below
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Absolutely beautiful pics. Thanks for sharing!
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Brings back fond memories. Thank you.
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Wow!!!
This is going on my must vaction spot list for sure.
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