2006 Maritimes and Atlantic Canada Discovery travel blog

Fresh Morning Buns

Piper at Welcome Center

Pete and Martha

Arrival at Lunenburg

Lobster Boats


Pete getting his lesson on knots

Lobster in the pot, dinner tonight?

Donna found her's.

Pete says "Mine is bigger."

Blue Heron

Battery Lighthouse

Lunenburg waterfront

Evening Resturant

Baldwin's and Plasota's waiting on food.

So are the Campbell's & Tolson's

Day 6 - Lunenburg, NS: Texas Pete drove down to Kelly's Bakery, Alma, NB at 7:00 am to get us all warm sticky buns for breakfast before we headed out to Lunenburg, Nova Scotia. YUMMY Today we discovered that porcupine is the road kill of choice here in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. They were everywhere. It was a beautiful sunny 80-degree day when we got to Lunenburg! We have had wonderful weather the whole trip so far. We went out on a lobster boat today for 2 hrs and learned all about lobstering. We saw lots of seals out on a reef. And, of course, we got some lighthouse photos. Tonight most of us had fish cakes for dinner—very good! We also tried their blue cheese and pepper jelly on crackers—HOT, but very good!

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