Another 5-hour drive to Pictou (pronounced as Pic Toe, not Pic Two, as we were firmly corrected) NS. Staying in a wonderful B&B, beautifully decorated home full of 160-year-old charm and original stained-glass windows. Found out that the new owners purchased all the antiques on Facebook Marketplace.
A friend said you've had a long drive, time for wine, so off to the NSLC; we bought a couple of Kim Crawfords. Ended the evening by enjoying a seafood casserole at the Harbour House Resto.
The Shortest and the Longest Bridge Hartland NB
SeaBank House B&B - built by R Grant a prominent businessman, merchant, President of the Bank of Pictou now Scotia Bank and Senator in Ottawa late 1800s. This 160 year old house has been beautiful restored by Elizabeth and Glenn, highly recommended for anyone traveling to Pictou. We had the Queen's room, fit for a Kind and Queen.
"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