08:30 disembarked and hit the road at North Sydney for the 6-hour trip to St Louis. Again another rainy and cold day. We just can seem to get away from them.
Unfortunate for a Quebecer who had a flat tire, the ferry staff were super amazing, I'm guessing it's not the first time given the 35km dirt road everyone has to take to the ferry. We didn't stick around to watch!
Detoured to Cape Jourimain to take a look and take a few pics of the Confederation Bridge to PEI. We stopped at the Cape Jourimain Nature Center for a short 800 meter boardwalk hike to get a better view of the bridge and to see an historic 19 Century Lighthouse.
Then off to Bouctouche, a great little town in Acadia. Home of KC Irving, who started the Irving Empire with one Ford Dealership in Bouctouche many years ago, saw his statue – very well done.
Checked in at L’ancrage B&B in St Louis de Kent. A little piece of Europe (Dutch) in the middle of New Brunswick! So tastefully done with many little extra touches, with an amazing European breakfast. Kors and Lianne are great hosts.
We had dinner at 5 Etoiles, recommend by Kors, interesting Resto, to get a bottle a wine the owner said "go down to the wine cellar and pick your wine" , Well this was no ordinary cellar, the pic's tell the story...lol.
"One doesn’t stop seeing. One doesn’t stop framing. It doesn’t turn off and turn on. It’s on all the time."
~ Annie Leibovitz