7 July, 2004 - Nova Scotia Trip - DavidSumner.net
David Sumner
7/18/2004
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We left the Maritime Inn and headed west toward New Brunswick. If I had it to do again I would stay in Nova Scotia and catch the ferry back to Maine like Jeff did, but live an learn. We made great time along the Tranas-Canada hiway so we had time to zipp north and get a look at the 13km (8 mi) bridge that connect New Brunswick to Prince Edward Island, another province.

A sign had announced the tool for the bridge at $39, dulling our interesting in crossing but some friendly bikers we talked to told us it was free to cross north and only $15 for bikes coming south. we headed out for P.E.I. The north side of the bridge afforded a more picturesque shot as you can see in the next to last pic above.  The Abby III looking like the love boat above is an old schoolhouse converted to a museum and pub.

Prince Edward Island and Novs Scotia had the most beautiful blue sky I have ever seen.

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