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Fort Louisbourg, Cape Breton Island...Frédéric Gate, the main entrance for people and goods arriving at the colony.

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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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It was Wendy. I just wish we could have returned another day and taken in all the timed activities and guided well the museum displays. ❤️


This fort must have been so interesting to explore. - Wendy


Sounds good! ;)


He's probably here as well ..................... cup of tea?


Now the KAPOW sounds more like Batman! ;D


Oh! I was gettin' mixed up with the wild west ................... KAPOW!


Thank you, Ank. The building down the street...where the person the cafe. Perhaps we could warm up there together with a Fortress Hot Rum...or hot coffee and a slice of Fortress Rum Cake. :)))

Sorry, lela, no anachronistic holsters here...just you can relax as no one could possibly hide a musket behind those barrels. ;D


I'm keeping my hand on my holster, here ............. never know who's going to pop out from behind a barrel.


A lovely set Faye, I solved thee of them, this is my favourite. ☺


I would imagine so, Jill...but I don't think that there'd be a lot of people in that neck of the woods in the 1700's so that they would be on high alert. :)

Too cold to be outside! While there were quite a number of people there, Suzy, it was just the beginning of the season and school was still in so the visitors weren't stepping on each other's heels. :)


Makes a nice photo, Faye! :)
How did you get it without any people in it???


Guess there would have been guards standing there as well. Cool entrance. TFS


Thank you, Ardy, glad you're enjoying them. ❤️


Nice shot, Faye. I remember that arch and red gate from Suzy's photo last year. Thanks. Fun seeing it again.

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