This was an absolute incredible moment for me. We were having a steak supper over this amazing view when an entire rainbow appeared. Life doesn’t get much better than this.
Our next adventure takes place in Lunenburg. We stayed at the Lunenburg Board of Trade Campground. This campground is a very basic camping area for trailers and tents …right next door to the town’s information centre. Washrooms and showers are clean. You have easy access to everything in Lunenburg from this location. We recommend this camp site.
What an awesome view to have while enjoying breakfast every morning.
We ventured over to a cute little town called Blue Rock. It is a very scenic fishing village.
Any John Cleese fans out there? This one’s for my dad.
Downtown Lunenberg is so beautiful, filled with so many eye catching restaurants and shops.
Home to the blue nose.
We spent several hours at the Fisheries Museum. There were so many things to look at and we enjoyed a few short films about the Blue Nose. We met Jim and Glen. They belong to a ship modeller’s club and were busy at their craft. Jim (on left) has been building ships his entire life. He helped build the Atlantica in Montreal.
This ship comes from the Netherlands. It happened to be docked while we were there. The crew had been out with it for 6 months.
The museum has many equariums. This is a blue lobster. The chance of catching one is 1 in 2 million. If you are a sea lover like us, you would enjoy this museum. We highly recommend it.
This is Pam and Liz “Road Trip Boogie”. These girls have such an awesome sound. We really enjoyed their original songs.
We met an amazing couple from Germany but weren’t able to get their picture before we left. They have rented a motor home and are exploring the East Coast. We wish them all the best.
Mark 10:27 Jesus looked at man and said “With man this is impossible, but not with God; all things are possible with God”