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Posted By Robin & Jim

As our time in Cape Breton draws to a close, I'll post some photos from various parts of the lovely Bras d'Or Lake and the Cabot Trail.  It has been a magical time up here, and although there is still plenty of Nova Scotia to see, this is our favorite area.  This post is about the wildlife and the scenery... tomorrow's post will be about the marvelous people.

Sunrise at anchor in Maskell's Harbour

maskells sunrise

Dense forest in Johnstown Harbour

forest

One of the many bald eagles in Denys Basin that we could see from the boat

eagle flying

Another eagle in Denys Basin (my favorite place), which I stalked by kayak

eagle

A yellowlegs in Little Harbor, taken from the kayak

yellowlegs

Thistles near Ingonish while hiking off the Cabot Trail

thistles

The little railroad museum in Orangedale with the neat snowplow rail car

orangedale

The home of Alexander Graham Bell in Baddeck - whose contributions to society were many and varied, and the telephone was probably the least among them

bell home

 And the Skyline hiking trail overlooking the Gulf of St. Lawrence.

skyline trail


 
1 Comment(s):
Gene said...
It looks so wonderful! I am jealous. :-)
August 30, 2011 12:49 PM
 
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