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Cheticamp (Waves End RV & Campground) and Cabot Trail

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After the horseriding fun at Shelby's we arrived to Cheticamp and the view on the arrival was breathtaking. The sun was going down with an orange glimmer above the sea and our campground was overlooking the show. The time zone is a bit shifted to late sunsets (around 21:00)


Rigth after sunset the wind got stronger and stronger and a heavy storm with a lot of rain approached. Good background music for sleeping as the rain drummed on the trailer roof and the wind whistled in a high pitch. The next day was also less gloriuous as the rain stayed with us for the whole day. We drove to a nearby laundry and did some grocery shopping and stayed inside the rest of the evening. The next day's weather was the opposite as early morning sunshine woke us up fairly early. No sign of clouds so we decided to do a day tour to the Cabot Trail Road further North and East. It was a beautiful drive and we enjoyed a nice lobster lunch at a local restaurant.


We spent the afternoon at the beach staring into the Atlantic Ocean, thinking of our extended family and friends in the distance. The water was too cold for swimming for us but the kids enjoyed the sand and mud and played for hours in a rare unison. The low clouds and the sun gave a unique backdrop of shiny and foggy details changing every second.


I have recorded a quick four minute video about part of our driving today, enjoy!

Posted by divatmotoros 02:01 Archived in Canada

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