Drove the North Shore to Yarmouth this afternoon. Stopped at Annapolis Royal about halfway to take a little break and stretch the legs. Roamed around Fort Anne, which was very windy and peaceful and quiet.
There’s not much there: a graveyard, some cannons, and a lot of earthworks, as well as a reproduction of officers’ quarters.
Really the only original structure besides the earthworks is the powder magazine.
Right on the Bay of Fundy, it must have been a lonely, lonely posting.
There was this HUGE cat roaming around town that makes Lady Jane look petite. (I miss her.)
After much driving around Yarmouth county finally found Paula’s house. Thanks a lot, Google maps.
Bonus: How to tell you’re in Canada
- Curling club signs along the highway
- Canadian flags everywhere
- Car rental place at Halifax Airport has so few people from Indiana use their cars, they don’t have a code for us. They put me down as from India.
- Hitting scan on the radio gets you four French speaking stations in a row.