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View from The Cabot Trail...starting from Baddeck and driving counterclockwise

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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We did the Trail from 10:00 a.m. to 8:30 p.m., Ardy, and returned to Baddeck for the night. We left for Fort Louisbourg via Sydney the next day. We were away for 26 days and went from one coast of Canada to the other...we knew we wouldn't be able to see and do all we wanted but driving the Cabot Trail and visiting Fort Louisbourg were two main goals. We did see a lot of Cape Breton...which covers a lot of miles...but we probably won't return...whereas I would go back to PEI. ❤️


Sounds like you did not go by the Gaelic College. I can't imagine doing the Cabot Trail all in one day and side tripping to Sydney as well. You need to go back there. You missed so much. ☺♥


And I told lela to bring his fiddle and dancing shoes as were in ceilidh country...Mrs. B. might even show us a Highland Fling or two! ;DDD


I think I saw the llama out collecting lobster and clams for a huge party at his little cottage. :)


We didn't have time, Ardy. We arrived one evening, drove the Cabot Trail from 10:00 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. the next day, and left the day after that for Fort Louisbourg...which was another long drive...especially when you get lost trying to find your way out of Sydney. ;D


Didn't you stop at the Alexander Graham Bell Museum that's just as one is leaving Baddeck? One of my teacher friends had a small house near there. They could see the museum from their house. They spent summers there usually. I didn't know them when I was traveling in that area. Beautiful area. Thanks, Faye. ♥


He's probably looking for mushrooms or fiddleheads to cook up for dinner.


I can just hear him down there ...... puffing and panting.


Thank you, lela...and I just know Robbie would agree with you! ❤️


Very nice ..... even if I say so myself!

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