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Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Cape Breton Highlands and The Cabot Trail (10~11th day)

On the 17th the day was a traveling day.
The Road Views!
We covered a lot of shore line driving, but it wasn’t as spectacular as other parts of New Brunswick and the Gaspésie. Our gold was to reach Cape Breton Highlands National Park. We did do that, but at the expense of being grouchy towards the end of the day. Their was a lot of winding road getting into the park. Finally the MacIntosh  Campground was before us. A self registration and a drop into the steel money box and the place was ours along with only a couple of RVs and two tent campers. The campground had flush toilets, hot water, electricity and a large closed-in function room with a wood stove. I poked the ashes and got the fire going. Neat! They even had fire wood for us to use.
We met the artist who did this petroglyph (Kevin Sudeith)
I plugged in my laptop and worked on my blogs. The other campers came in and we had a good fire side chat. They were from Germany and one of them spoke English fairly well. Time to say night, night!Sleeping half-moon

That is what we saw and did!

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