Sunday, July 1, 2012

Canada Days 24 & 25, June 30, and July 1, 2012

On the 30th, we drove up to Belliveau to check out the Farmer’s Market.  Not very many veggies.  Several people were buying potatoes.  We bought a quart of strawberries.  Then we walked out on the pier to take a picture of the Belliveau Cove Lighthouse.  DSC04983-001DSC04987-001

After lunch, Marilyn walked down to the campground beach to take some low tide pictures (2:30pm).  DSC01867DSC01871

Our afternoon sightseeing consisted of taking some pictures, and buying a 2.5 lb lobster along with a 2 lb bag of steamers.  (Marilyn was super happy, although she said later that 2 lbs of steamers was too much with lobster too).  First, we have a picture of the tallest wooden church in North America, l’Eglise Sante-Marie.  DSC04990-001 

This lighthouse is not in good repair, but is located at Church Point.  Church Point Lighthouse

I boiled the lobster and steamed the clams.  The lobster was good, and Marilyn said the clams were too.

Today is the 1st of July.  Happy Canada Day.  We celebrated by driving to Digby.  I posted on Facebook that I wondered what a Plymp was after we drove through Plympton, but still do not know.  After stopping at the visitor center near the St John Ferry, we went to the Point Prim Lightstation for pictures.  Point Prim LightstationDSC04996-001  And, I could not resist taking a picture of this pretty flower, and a fishing boat out on the water.  DSC04997DSC05003

Marilyn took a picture of the harbor view that we could see from out table at lunch.  DSC01876

Type at you later.

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