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Jul 4, 2013 - Tidal Bore

Today we drove to Wild Open Wilderness Campground in Urbania, NS to see the Tital Bore. We left at 7:15 AM because the Tital Bore was to come in anywhere around 8:30 to 9:30 and it was a 50 mile drive. We drove way down around in this campground where the owner had built a platform that we could look out over the river. Many rivers in the upper part of the Bay have tidal bores but, unless you're a local, you may have trouble finding them. We are lucky to have a Wagonmaster who knows the locals and finds the best place to go to see the...

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Jul 27, 2008 - Wild Nature with RULES

Back in Nova Scotia Sunday afternoon We debarked in Nova Scotia and got on the highway south. A few miles down the road we stopped at a rest stop to turn on the propane and have lunch. You have to turn off your propane tank when you board a ferry or enter a tunnel, which means you have no refrigeration until you turn it back on again. The rest of the ride south was uneventful, except when we got lost looking for Highway 2. But there are many tourist information centers here and as soon as you find one you're set straight again. We found one...

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2008 Keys 2 Canada

Aug 23, 2007 - Milford (Station), Hantz County, Nova Scotia

The drive from Moncton, New Brunswick to the Milford (Station), Nova Scotia area was a pretty easy drive. The area we drove thru was mostly rolling hills, forests & dairy farms. The road off the main road was definitely as rough as the signs warned us, but they do warn you. The campground was back a wide dirt road for about a mile. The campground is right on the Nine Mile River with a small "beach" area. The majority of the campers are set up "permanently" but the campground is only open from April into Sept. and was pretty nice. We had...

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