Monday, July 23, 2012

Cape Breton, Nova Scotia

We went to the Alexander Graham Bell (invented the telephone) museum in Baddeck, Nova Scotia.  Bell loved kids and spent a lot of time helping the hearing impaired.  He had an extraordinary range of interests including aeronautics, agriculture, genetics, marine engineering, to name a few.  He did a lot of experiments using kites to perfect the early airplanes.  The museum has many kites the kids who are visiting can use in front of the building. What a beautiful view of  Bras d'Ora Lake.

 St. Peters cathedral in Cheticamp.

 View along the Cabot Trail in the Cape Breton National Park near Pleasant Bay.
 Keltic Lodge near Ingonish on a small peninsula called Middle Head.  Very nice and very expensive.

Only campground we've been in so far that I could get a picture of all 23 rigs.  We're in the middle with the maroon truck.  Most campgrounds we are spread out more than this.

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