|Travel day. After a farewell breakfast we loaded up and hit the road. I think they keep on having farewell meals until everyone leaves. Some couples got up early and were gone by 7AM. Others are slowly making their way home. One couple stayed another day at Arm of Gold campground to sight see some more.
We found a campground 200 miles to the south outside of Truro. We got the last spot in the campground. It is a weekend and school was just let out. Things are tightening up this far north. Not much summer up here. We arrived early and were able to pull through into a site. This place caters to families and within 3 hours after our arrival the kids have taken the place over. Good to see and here them. For the most part during our tour no kids were in the parks we were booked into. That may have been intentional by the tour company. We paid for internet at our campsite but so far have not been able to connect. We did a grocery run into Truro but bought a minimum. Will stock up after we cross back into the US. Two reasons-Some fruits we cannot bring in and the prices here are about 50% above what we are use to. Milk is $6 a gallon. The roadside vendors are selling strawberries and blueberries at a more reasonable price. Sales tax is 15%. Free health care is not free. Bill
This is a first. I managed to get Bill online when he couldn't do it. The air up her must be upside down or something. It was fun hearing the children and families interacting. I am including pictures of our new friends here - just in case you're interested in the people we huhg-out with. They were all nice people and we enjoyed getting to know them. We met the McCabe's on the road before we got to Bar Harbor.