Lobster at Last

LobsterDate of Stay July 13th 2014: Hideaway Campground is around the halfway point on The Cabot Trail and provided the first opportunity for a  real Nova Scotian Lobster dinner, so, of course, I had to take a photo. Looked a bit like a road accident when it was finished but it was great.

This site was very tucked away and with great views out to the ocean. We only stayed one night but it was another very pleasant experience although we did have to retreat indoors to eat when the mosquitoes got interested.  Photos don’t do it justice but here is one that tries.

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