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Old 06-11-2010, 06:07 PM   #22
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Nova Scotia

Everything is bilingual in New Brunswick; street signs; placards...menus, they even have 3 French TV stations beamed there, not so in Nova Scotia?

Saint John in the morning..

Residents of Hill Top Park

St. John's River traffic

Our ferry-'Princess of Acadia'

Made friends with 2 other HD tourers: a 69 year young from Virginia touring Nova Scotia and an Ontario couple heading to Newfounland.

Into the mouth of Jonah the Whale


Up the staircase

Gangway to the Salons

Ships Galley...

Section of the Bow lifts to allow vehicles to enter

Then the bow evens flush with the deck

Under way

Guess what I am watching via satellite the Soccer World Cup and talking soccer with my son via email on pager....

RSA vs. Mexico------1:1

Approaching Digby, Nova Scotia inlet..

Digby is famous for its Scallops none!

Ain't a good it instead...

There they are.....picture big enuff for you hungry folks? Koi farm...get your bib on before you drool on yer shirt!

Clam and Lobster roll to complement...yummm yummm

You can order from here.....via UPS to the USA..

The Town of Digby...mostly fisheries and tourism..

Digby Harbor..

Beautiful signs indicating we were riding on Harvest Highway

many flowers like these in pink, purple & white everywhere along the highways & byways

R&R here for the day...

until revoir (gotta practice my french)!
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