It’s Raining so we’re Off to Peggy’s Cove

Woke up this morning and it was blowing a gale and raining. No decisions yet; who knows it could clear up.

We joined a nice couple from Pennsylvania for breakfast and had a nice chat. After that we went out on the enclosed porch to finish our coffee and decide what to do for the day.

As it was still raining pretty hard and windy we decided we would drive the 2.5 hours to Peggy’s Cove.

The only negative about staying in Digby is that it is a long way from Halifax and many of the sights in Nova Scotia. Other than that it’s a wonderful place to stay; Quiet, friendly, beautiful and they have The Sydney Street Pub and Grill.

We headed off toward Peggy’s Cove. Peggy’s Cove is a very popular tourist attraction and it was packed when we got there. There is a restaurant there called Sou’Wester, the foods pretty good and the service is great so that’s where we headed for lunch.

After lunch we went outside to take a few photos before heading to somewhere with fewer people.

We headed off toward a small village called Lower Prospect that we had read had very nice scenery.

On the way there we came across a small Anglican Church that I found to be very interesting so we stopped to take a few photos.

Then we headed on down the road to Lower Prospect which turned out to be a wonderful place to take a few photos.

By this time it was after 2:00 PM and we knew we had a 3 hour drive back to Digby so we got on the road and just watched the scenery go by while making miles.

The day ended with a couple drinks and dinner at our favorite place in Digby, The Sydney Street Pub and Grill.

We are now relaxing in our room. Tomorrow we will take the Fundy Rose back over to St. John, New Brunswick.

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