Packed up our trailer after enduring a long night of country karaoke going on at the campground clubhouse. These folks seem to have all missed the music gene that most Maritimer’s have - they were bad! What they lacked in talent they attempted to make up for in volume and enthusiasm which was not a good thing…………..for us anyway! Not that we can talk……………..they were better than either of us so good on them for going out and having a good time!
We took our time getting to our Louis Head campground and arrived at noon to discover the campers all standing by the office awaiting a corn roast. Yes, this was a big day - washer tourney in the morning, corn roast at lunch and also this evening we are having a………… you guessed it. A country music night!!!!
Begging off the corn roast, we headed out to do more exploring. Our first stop was the beautiful beach across the road with its wide, flat, white sand. WOW! And not a soul there! We then toured around without much success in finding photo ops except the old Sable River suspension walking bridge. Even Wadoberu seemed impressed with this only suspension bridge in Nova Scotia.
We visited a few tiny villages (where there was not much to see) before we cruised into pretty Lockeport. Set on a peninsula right against the ocean the views are everywhere and the quaint old homes are something to see. They even feature a complete heritage street with 5 refurbished homes. The Locke family built the homes in the early 1800’s and these places are set on lovely grounds overlooking the bay. What a street, lined with trees that are over 100 years old anchoring this unique location. A tour of this pretty town was a great way to end our day.