Neil and Lois 50th Anniversary Trip travel blog

Nova Scotia sign at welcome center

Young Scottish lady playing the bagpipes at welcome center

Lighthouse at Nova Scotia welcome center

We left PEI early this morning, crossing the Confederation Bridge in a fairly dense fog. You do not pay a toll when entering PEI, but you pay it when you leave. $56.50 for motorhome towing a car, $42.50 for just a car. We drove through a portion of New Brunswick and crossed over in to Nova Scotia around noon. We stopped at the Nova Scotia welcome center and got quite a bit of information. Visitors are greeted by a young Scottish girl playing the bagpipes. There was also a quaint little lighthouse at the visitors center. We got our first exposure to Nova Scotia fuel as we filled the motorhome. $.985 per liter for diesel. That equates to nearly $3.50 per gallon. We drove 180 miles into Nova Scotia and are staying at Annapolis Royal on the Bay of Fundy at Dunroving campground. This is a very historical area and we will be exploring it starting tomorrow.

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