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Alexander Graham Bell Museum

Arms of Gold

Date of Stay 14th July 2014: The campground is Les Bras d’Or (Arms of Gold) and sits on the lake of the same name.  The most expensive campsite so far at C$55 for the night but excellent WiFi, swimming pool, free coffee in the club house and very friendly staff. All three way pitches with 30 or […]

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Linwood Campground

 Date of Stay July 12th 2014:  Being a Saturday night this would be the one evening where finding a spot to stay might be hard.  We pulled in at a site in Antigonish and promptly pulled out again it was so crowded.  It would have been very unpleasant.  So, we drove on and happened upon […]

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Murphys Cove Ryan

Sun Sea and Songs

Date of Stay Friday July 11th: Summed up by us both agreeing that Murphy’s Cove was probably one of THE best campsites we have ever stayed on.  Why so special?  The people.  The owners, Brian and Marilyn Murphy, are second generation and the third generation is already starting to get involved.  This is not just […]

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Pitch marked EWS, Electric, Water and Sewer

One, two or three way?

That’s the question you need to know the answer to if you are booking in at a Campground in North America.  Basically, do you want electric and water and sewer?  Some sites only offer all three on every pitch, others you can choose and of course the less you want, the cheaper it gets. Hook […]

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Back to Basics

Friday July 11th: Today’s the day we picked up the RV from Cruise Canada (part of Cruise America).  We were collected by Joe from our hotel in Halifax and taken to their hire centre (which is also a campground in its own right) around 30 minutes away.  They make a charge of C$60 for this service […]

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