A special thank you to Carol Ogburn who emailed me many of the photos you've seen in this blog the last couple weeks. When my camera wasn't ready, or I wasn't around, she got the shots. Thank you, Carol!
We're heading for home tomorrow. So, this is the last travel blog until we re-appear in Australia in early September. We'll be in touch when we gather in Melbourne for our next adventure!
Our first stop today was the small fishing village of Mahone Bay for a visit to Amos Pewter to learn about the intricate artistry that goes into each piece.
Next, we traveled along the Lighthouse Route to Lunenburg where we explored this UNESCO world heritage fishing village on a walking tour. We enjoyed one more delicious seafood lunch before visiting the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic where we discovered how early settlers turned to the sea for survival.
We completed your day with a toast for our Travel Our World group around the campfire and a spectacular farewell dinner with your fellow travelers.
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