Nova Scotia Fall 2007 travel blog

On the trail at Kejimkujik seaside park

Along the trail

A small pond

 

Soft moss

Dew on a web

It was a foggy day

On the shore

Seals out in the bay

Seals

Fall colors

A small fishing village. This was getting close to our definition of...

Lobster boats

The season is over

Ready for next year

Lobster traps


Saturday, September 22

On Saturday, we continued our drive along the coast looking for the "wow" - and catching glimpses of it, but no place to stay that had it. The ordinary RV parks were very crowded and away from the water. We did a hike at the Seaside Adjunct section of Kejimkujik National Park, and saw some seals basking on the rocks. It was a cloudy and foggy day which was quite beautiful. We passed a few seaside areas that seemed close to our idea of a breathtaking, but no "wow" yet

We found a laundromat and grocery store in Liverpool, so we got all caught up and stocked up there and drove on to Risser's Beach Provincial Park where the beach section of the campground was populated by noisy people who were camping practically on top of each other. The woods section was much more pleasant, with very few people and still quite open - an advantage on a cloudy day - but no "wow" at this campground.

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