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Good-bye to Fort Louisbourg, Cape Breton Island

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In June we travelled by rail from Vancouver (British Columbia) to Montreal (Quebec) where we spent five nights. We then took an overnight train to Moncton (New Brunswick). Next we drove to Prince Edward Island, Cape Breton (Nova Scotia), and flew home from Halifax.
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Hi, Andie and Impie...I was peeking over a fence to catch them at their siesta. ;DDD


Such a lovely scene....TFS♥


The white one is definitely posing for you Faye.♥☺♥☺♥


I don't know for sure what variety of geese they are, Kenzie...but on a quick "google" they could be greylag geese...where most domestic varieties seem to have originated...or they could be Pilgrim geese in which case the greys are female and the white is the male. :)

Are the ones with all the feathers the males?


It was foggy, then misty, then a few drops of rain, and COLD the whole time, Marilyn! On their website they tell you to bring a sweater or jacket even in summer as the weather is right off the Atlantic and changes quickly.

I think there were a few other ducks wandering's more likely full tummies inducing a nap. ;)))


Was it chilly? The chickens look all puffed out and huddled together. Poor duck is all alone, even the geese are close together.


There were some goats, too, but they weren't photographically cooperative. ;D


Did they have other farm animals, too? It would be great to experience the everyday workings of the fort.



Welcome to jigidi! Hope you have as much fun as the rest of us. I'm Faye in Vancouver, Canada. Ardy (ringleader) below lives in Maryland, USA. :)))


You're very welcome, Ardy. I loved seeing live animals in a natural setting for that time frame. ❤️


The locals at rest. Lovely visit to the fort, Faye. Thank you. ♥♥

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