A tour of the museum was a must. I learned more about Bell then I ever thought. I was clueless that he was so into aviation and the artifacts that were on display were quite numerous. His hydrofoil boat was so interesting. A visit here gave us a different type of look into history, which we completely enjoyed.
We stayed in Gisele's Inn, and again had a room overlooking the water. It seems like most everywhere you stay in Nova Scotia comes with a water view!
The rooms were spacious and the beds comfy. What more could we ask for!
And for my knitting buddies, I found a yarn shop just a block away from our Inn! I got so excited that I forgot to take a photo of it. But take my word, it was warm, colorful, and friendly. I wanted to get some yarn that was "native" to the area and ended up buying some beautifully soft, hand dyed yarn in shades of green. It's called Grassy Knoll from Casbah and resembles the soft yellow greens of the surrounding land.
Any suggestions as to what I should make with it?
Yes, Baddeck is certainly another one of those places that I could spend more time at and hopefully will one day. But our journey must continue, and the next and last stop is Peggy's Cove and back to Halifax.
Until next time....