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Aug 6, 2015 - Havre Boucher and the Whites

Our crossing back to Nova Scotia yesterday was very smooth on a nice sunny day. Annie managed her seven hours in the Phaeton on the vehicle deck well but was very glad to see us return. We exited the ferry and drove about ninety miles, crossed the Canso Causeway and within a few more miles arrived at the Hyclass Campground near Havre Boucher. It’s a decent campground but may be a bit over named. We had a lovely day today visiting with Brenda and Frances White, neighbors of ours at Dunedin RV Resort, who live about 20 miles from the...

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Aug 13, 2009 - Nova Scotia

The girls at the welcome center were not only beautiful but very helpful with information about New Scotland, and because of this I have decided not to go to Newfoundland and spend more time seeing as much of Nova Scotia as possible. The ferry's are very expensive and from 7 to 14 hr long ride. I would rather spend my time seeing all the coast roads and towns. These people up here in this cold winter place are fun to be with and seem to enjoy the company of us tourist. Guinness had fun playing in the water with a local dog and the sea...

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Jun 13, 2008 - Havre Boucher, NS

Friday June 13…11:15pm When we woke up, it was nice and sunny, but very windy. We said goodbye and thanks to our couchsurfing hosts, and stopped for a couple of hours at the grocery store in town and used a local internet access point while we waited to see if the wind would die down a bit. It didn’t really, and also by then the sun had disappeared. We didn’t really plan on driving very far today, but we had wanted to get to Whycocomagh which was about 100 km’s. But the wind was too much, and it started raining a bit as well. Sherman is NOT...

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