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sunset flickering in water on cabot Trail

Lookouts on the Cabot Trail

The Cabot Trail is one of the most scenic routes in the world. It is impossible to drive around without stopping again and again, taking pictures and breathing it all in. Even if you just come for a day, the Cabot Trail lookouts make your trip worthy.

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Buddhas Everywhere

Gampo Abbey, Cape Breton. An inspirational visit to a Buddhist monastery and stupa located in Pleasant Bay, off the Cabot Trail., Grounds are beautifully maintained, creating a sense of the sacred. A nice climb leads to a mountain shrine. Stone panels in the stupa yard are inscribed with spiritual messages.

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A windy, rainy day on the Skyline Trail, Western Cabot Trail, NS

Western Cabot Trail – Cheticamp, Le Buttereau, Skyline

Western Cabot Trail is rich with history, geology and beauty. You can’t go wrong, but I was the only one walking the historical La Buttreau, visiting the ruins of Acadian fishemen’s houses. On the popular Skyline Trail we fought the winds and the rain . A cozy social evening at Le Gabriele closed the day.

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Northumberland Provincial Park, PEI – Following the Sunset

Boarding an evening ferry to PEI, I watched a breathtaking sunset from deck, pitched my tent in Northumberland Provincial Park in complete darkness, only to discover a relaxed and beautiful beach scene in the morning. A brief friendship led to sea kayaking, and a gathering storm brought about a change of plans.

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Seaweed stranded on beach, Campbell's Cove, PEI

Campbell’s Cove, PEI – The Red Sands

Campbell’s Cove, PEI. In another “End of the World” I found marvellous geology, incredible natural beauty and friendly people. The red of rock and sand intertwines with sea and tidal pools, creating a superbly photogenic fantasyland.

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Anne of Green Gables on site, Cavendish, PEI

Back to my Childhood – Anne of Green Gables

A return to my childhood? Green Gables, Cavendish, the Prince Edward Island ranch was no disappointment. Here Maud Montgomery got the inspiration for her books about the marvellous red-haired Anne . Excellently preserved and maintained, I could still find my dreams hanging from apple trees, reflected in forest pools.

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Morning preparations at Morgan's Bed and Breakfast, Shediac, NB

At Morgan’s in Shediac

Luck (and some good will on the part of motel employees) brought me to Morgan’s Bed and Breakfast, Sheidac, NB. The place has great home-like atmostphere and nice food. I discovered there are Canadians who want to escape their country’s cold.

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Enjoying a perfect morning at Charlotte's Legendary, NE Harbor, Mount Desert Island

Mount Desert Island

Sampling Mount Desert Island beaches: an enchanting evening walk on Hadley’s Point and a seaside bonfire with a friendly couple, a stroll along Southwest Harbor’s waterfront, dipping my toes at Seal Cove and a drive along the scenic Sargeant Road . In all, a great place for leisure, sun, sky and water,

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Sailboat in fog, Kennebunk Pond

A Foggy Pond and more Loons

Back to Kennebunk Pond. Having a traditional Sunday lobster dinner with the family, Learning to take care of the kayak on my own. Rowing in the fog, and making loon soul friends.

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My Kia Soul at Jigger Johnson Campground, White Mountains, NH

Even Cars Have a Soul

From a misbehaving new rental car to a misbehaving credit card, my problems mounted prior to the second part of my trip. Solving problems with a litlle help from my friend, and renewing an old friendship, I eventually set out to go thanks also to a little bit of Soul and had a lucky lucky day.

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sunset flickering in water on cabot Trail

Lookouts on the Cabot Trail

The Cabot Trail is one of the most scenic routes in the world. It is impossible to drive around without stopping again and again, taking pictures and breathing it all in. Even if you just come for a day, the Cabot Trail lookouts make your trip worthy.

Read More »
C:\Users\Orit\Pictures\US-Canada trip 2016\Canada - first trip\Cape Breton\Buddhist Center\IMG_4264.JPG

Buddhas Everywhere

Gampo Abbey, Cape Breton. An inspirational visit to a Buddhist monastery and stupa located in Pleasant Bay, off the Cabot Trail., Grounds are beautifully maintained, creating a sense of the sacred. A nice climb leads to a mountain shrine. Stone panels in the stupa yard are inscribed with spiritual messages.

Read More »
A windy, rainy day on the Skyline Trail, Western Cabot Trail, NS

Western Cabot Trail – Cheticamp, Le Buttereau, Skyline

Western Cabot Trail is rich with history, geology and beauty. You can’t go wrong, but I was the only one walking the historical La Buttreau, visiting the ruins of Acadian fishemen’s houses. On the popular Skyline Trail we fought the winds and the rain . A cozy social evening at Le Gabriele closed the day.

Read More »

Northumberland Provincial Park, PEI – Following the Sunset

Boarding an evening ferry to PEI, I watched a breathtaking sunset from deck, pitched my tent in Northumberland Provincial Park in complete darkness, only to discover a relaxed and beautiful beach scene in the morning. A brief friendship led to sea kayaking, and a gathering storm brought about a change of plans.

Read More »
Seaweed stranded on beach, Campbell's Cove, PEI

Campbell’s Cove, PEI – The Red Sands

Campbell’s Cove, PEI. In another “End of the World” I found marvellous geology, incredible natural beauty and friendly people. The red of rock and sand intertwines with sea and tidal pools, creating a superbly photogenic fantasyland.

Read More »
Anne of Green Gables on site, Cavendish, PEI

Back to my Childhood – Anne of Green Gables

A return to my childhood? Green Gables, Cavendish, the Prince Edward Island ranch was no disappointment. Here Maud Montgomery got the inspiration for her books about the marvellous red-haired Anne . Excellently preserved and maintained, I could still find my dreams hanging from apple trees, reflected in forest pools.

Read More »
Morning preparations at Morgan's Bed and Breakfast, Shediac, NB

At Morgan’s in Shediac

Luck (and some good will on the part of motel employees) brought me to Morgan’s Bed and Breakfast, Sheidac, NB. The place has great home-like atmostphere and nice food. I discovered there are Canadians who want to escape their country’s cold.

Read More »
Enjoying a perfect morning at Charlotte's Legendary, NE Harbor, Mount Desert Island

Mount Desert Island

Sampling Mount Desert Island beaches: an enchanting evening walk on Hadley’s Point and a seaside bonfire with a friendly couple, a stroll along Southwest Harbor’s waterfront, dipping my toes at Seal Cove and a drive along the scenic Sargeant Road . In all, a great place for leisure, sun, sky and water,

Read More »
Sailboat in fog, Kennebunk Pond

A Foggy Pond and more Loons

Back to Kennebunk Pond. Having a traditional Sunday lobster dinner with the family, Learning to take care of the kayak on my own. Rowing in the fog, and making loon soul friends.

Read More »
My Kia Soul at Jigger Johnson Campground, White Mountains, NH

Even Cars Have a Soul

From a misbehaving new rental car to a misbehaving credit card, my problems mounted prior to the second part of my trip. Solving problems with a litlle help from my friend, and renewing an old friendship, I eventually set out to go thanks also to a little bit of Soul and had a lucky lucky day.

Read More »
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