60 Happy Campers? No, happy hikers!
61 Well, the captain and skiff SHOULD be here...
64 Captain Red Beard spotted a seal and slowed for us to look at it. It's the little dot in the background.
65 Hanhan sampling Halifax official food, the donair. Yucky! Pizza was no better.
66 We are in New Scotland, so Hanhan had Haggis! Gary had a lobster roll. Both proved to be good.
67 Haggis, served with mashed potato, gravy, and green beans. Actually very good.
68 The Citadel. This is a guard there in his kilt and fuzzy hat. We didn't go inside.
71 Halifax Public Garden. Very nice Victorian gardens in the city.
73 The concert pavillion in the center of the gardens.
74 Hanhan with her Grandma's soup ingredient. Poppies!
75 The coolest design, a dragon!
76 Well preserved colonial era housing in Halifax.
77 Enjoying iced coffee while watching the world pass by.
78 Picnicing by the sea. We saw container ships, but none to unload.
84 We laid out our picnic spread and enjoyed the scenery.
86 Gary with a Canadian aircraft carrier anchor. The links on the chain are huge.
87 Wrought iron pavillion, one of only a few left intact in the world.
88 An old fort's magazine.
89 One of the fort's guns overlooking the harbor.
90 We both like the industrial, working aspect of the waterfront. These cranes are great.
91 Couldn't believe we found Want Want in a Halifax grocery!
92 Arriving in Luneburg, a UNESCO world heritage site.
93 Luckily, we have our rain slickers.
95 This is a great example of the 5 sided Luneburg dormer.
97 Gary has become a slice!
98 Luneburg is a preserved 18th century fishing settlement.
99 Canada has a picnic culture. Picnic tables everywhere. This is our Sri Lankan picnic delights.
101 The black house. No idea why, but thought it cool.
102 The old Church of England. This burned but was perfectly restored.
103 The bells are tolling the hour.
104 Annapolis valley, N.S. food basket.
106 Across from Look & Lick, great ice cream.
107 Cape Split trail, muddy on this day.
108 This tree grew wildly, kinda cool.
110 After a long hard hike, the payoff is this view.
111 So happy to be at the end of the trail. Let's not mention the hike back...
112 Sea gull rookery. 100s of them on these rocks.
117 Just a beautiful view from here. The tide is going out as you can tell.
120 Hanhan taking in the view from the cliff.
121 Gary is cautious, some say scared, but he prefers cautious.
122 Our last view of Scot's Bay, the sunset was pretty.
123 Hanhan by the coastline on the way to Cape Bretton.
124 A good section of the Cabot Trail.
125 A preview of the sunset we experienced on our Sunset Hike.
128 The end of the Sunset Trail can't help but put a smile on your face.
130 The rope netting is to hold the sub-Arctic plants in place as the take up to 20 years to mature.