Cape Breton has been conquered by the Roadtrip King and Queen.
Yesterday was mostly filled with driving the Cabot Trail. One of the most magnificent things I have ever done. Braved the trails sharp corners and steep hills like the badass kids we are. Nick loved the drive and I loved the view. Although the pics don’t do the views justice, I think I took about 600 in under 5 hours. Lets see… Which one to share? Hmmm…
We made a few stops and obviously each was incredible in a different way.
Nicks belly is also extremely happy. Livin’ the Lobster Life. 2 extreme lobster dinners in 2 nights for him. The amount of food we have consumed is mind boggling. I feel like we’ve never had a chance to get hungry, like starving hungry. This is probably a good thing. Avoiding him getting hungry means avoiding him getting hangry. AND NO ONE WANTS TO MEET THAT DRAGON.
His & Mine: our scrumdiddaliumptious dinner lastnight (I NEEDED some veggies)
Now, we are on our way to Halifax for some camping. We stayed in a gorgeous hotel last night with a King bed- only confirming our thoughts on needed one when we grow up and become adults lol.
The whole mix of pretty much 2 days camping and 1 night hotel is working really well. It’s allowing us to save money and get in those good night sleeps and necessary super clean up (we were starting to stick and get used to the smell 😄).
We are probably spend some time in Halifax- 2 days & hopefully meet up with our friend who lives out here. I’m excited to experience the city and what it’s got to show off.
To look forward to… WHALE WATCHING!!!!!!! And more seafood 🙂