Going Home Slowly - Farewell to Nova Scotia and Hello to Montreal

June 20, 2014  •  Leave a Comment

Our last meal in Nova Scotia was in Truro at the Nova Scotia Emporium and Fireside Tea Room. It was a favourite of mine and I had visited several times before. Gene and I relaxed over a lunch of quiche and salad followed by cheesecake and of course had a pot of tea complete with tea cozy to keep it warm.

My last memory of Nova Scotia is the wind farm at Amherst and the beautiful Lupins growing wild along the roadside.

We entered New Brunswick and drove until we reached Fredericton. Most of the journey through the province was veiled in low lying mist and clouds with some rain thrown in for good measure. We have visited New Brunswick during our stay in the Maritime's and enjoyed its wonderful parks and landmarks. This time we wanted to reach Montreal and visit my brother-in-law Milt so it was straight driving with little time for sight-seeing.

Milt's home in Point Claire...

Milt lives in a beautiful neighborhood close to a lake, parks and a golf course. Shortly after arriving we went for a walk and here is what we saw within a few blocks of Milt's house.


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