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Canadian Maritimes - Day 1
5 August 2016
After landing in Halifax, we immediately drove west to Digby, where we'd be staying for 2 nights at the Admiral Digby Inn. We explored the town a little, drove to the village of Bear River and passed through the Bear River First Nation, a Mikmaq community. We ended the day with a delicious seafood dinner at the hotel restaurant. This would be a first of many seafood meals in the days to come. We also made a run to Tim Horton's for some donuts. No trip to Canada is complete without some Tim's.

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MARITIMES INDEX | DAY2
1-001 Canada Sign 1-002 Welcome to Nova Scotia Sign 1-003 Spitfire Arms
Welcome to Canada
Adding Nova Scotia ot the list of states and provinces I've visited
We stopped at the Spitfire Arms in Windsor NS for lunch
1-004 Digby Sign 1-006 Scallop Boats 1-008 Annapolis Basin View from Room
Reaching our first destination, Digby, home of world famous Digby scallops
Scallop boats heading out
Our room at the Admiral Digby Inn had a great view of the Annapolis Basin
1-009 Annapolis Basin View from Room 1-011 Scallop Boat 1-012 Annapolis Basin Low Tide
Our room at the Admiral Digby Inn had a great view of the Annapolis Basin
Scallop boat heading out
The Annapolis Basin at low tide
1-013 Bear River 1-017 Bear River Sign 1-019 Bear River Cultural Center
At low tide, the Bear River barely flows
The village of Bear River is one of many impacted by the amazing Fundy tides
Bear River Cultural Center in the Bear River First Nation Mikmaq community
1-020 Bear River First Nation Sign 1-021 Mi'kmaq Stop Sign 1-022 Scallop Boat
The Bear River First Nation is a Mikmaq community near the village of Bear River
And this is why we make all stop signs red octagons. The language is Mikmaq because we were in the Bear River First Nation.
Scallop boat heading out
1-025 Annapolis Basin View from Room 1-026 Admiral Digby Seafood Platter 1-027 Scallop Boat at Night
Our room at the Admiral Digby Inn had a great view of the Annapolis Basin
The Admiralty Room restaurant at the Admiral Digby Inn served a delicious seafood platter
Scallop fishermen keep tough hours
1-028 Tim Hortons Donuts
When in Canada, you MUST go to Tim Hortons. No one does donuts like Tims.

MARITIMES INDEX | DAY 2

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