Before leaving New Brunswick, we wanted so badly to claim a couple of geocaches and get an online souvenir added to our places that we’ve geocached.
|Can you believe 112 F in the sun!|
In just 30 miles, we crossed into Nova Scotia and stopped at the first info center for maps, campgrounds, ferry info and anything else I could think of asking. I had done some home work, but I always learn a little more facts when I talk to the pleasant girls at the information centers.
|A perfect evening!|
We pulled into Seafoam campground and set up for the night. It was unbelievably hot this afternoon. The thermometer on the backside of the camper (in direct sun) read 112 degrees F and that’s not Celsius! Slipping into our bathing suits, we cooled off in the comfortable waters of Northumberland Straights. This is the body of water between Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. It was a perfect night. Later the barbecue was in order. The steaks were perfect!
That is what we did and saw!