Monthly Archives: July 2014

  Otherwise known as THE veryveryvery LONG ROAD HOME.  We left Meat Cove by 9am, drove the east coast side of the Cabot Trail, all the way through Nova Scotia, and to Fredericton, New Brunswick in one day. It was a long day. The kids were excited to start heading home, although Nadia was confused…

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Nova Scotia, or New Scotland, as I came to find out, blew my mind. I don’t know what I was expecting, but Nova Scotia far exceeded those expectations. I didn’t think I would ever find anything in North America that rivaled my love for the Rocky Mountains… but Cape Breton Highlands in Nova Scotia succeeded…

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  • Darlene Embree

    CHELSEA LOVED YOUR POST PIC R GREAT I AM A FELLOW CAPE BRETONER glade you like our beautiful Island .Hopefully you enjoyed your stay ,Come back again.ReplyCancel

    • Thank you so much Darlene!! Yes, I hope we can come back again. Absolutely fell in love with it!ReplyCancel

  • Mark Weinberg

    I could not agree more with all your thoughts on Meat Cove – I was back again this past June and saw Mrs. MacLellan’s lodge just as it was being finished., I go back there again and again because there really is no where else quite as relaxing. But please “shhhhhhh”. Don’t tell too many people, or it might not remain so undisturbed. Thanks for all the great pictures.ReplyCancel

** Note: because of the lack of wifi or sporadic access at best, I was not able to blog about the trip in real time. Bummer.** I just have to come out and say it…. Where in the world would PEI be without Lucy Maud Montgomery?! Holy all things Anne Shirley. I mean it is…

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The last two hours of this day were the most challenging by far. I guess we had all just about had it with each other. Just keeping it real, folks.  Thank goodness for peace-keeping Grammy’s who help hold us together. 🙂 In keeping with my desire to revisit some of our favorite places along the…

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Day 1. The big day. Excitement built. Lots of anticipation. Ready and raring to go. Right? Wrong. At least this time, things weren’t that exciting. And I finally figured out why. Because of poor planning on my part, we crammed about 3 trips in back to back before this BIG road trip… a camping trip…

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