A down day at Pictou after the long drive. Museum at Hector Quay, where the replica of The Hector, the first sailing vessel to bring Scottish Settlers to Pictou in the 18th century being refurbished, is outstanding. Glenn offered to help the Design Engineer and Project Manager if he had any issues. After considerable laughter, he politely declined.
Beautiful countryside saw some remnants of destruction from hurricane Fiona, went to and walked the Melmerby Beach for a half hour – gorgeous sand, visited the fishery museum and then a fast trip to New Glasgow for seafood chowder - so getting anxious for lobster.
We ended our day with a trip to Caribou Island to get a shot of the Lighthouse; the road is so narrow that you are able to see the ocean from both sides. On Jun 1, we are off to Newfoundland.
"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