Monday, November 14th. Last paddling day on the LaHave River, Nova Scotia, Canada. This is our wharf, shared with neighbours in the houses directly across from it and in the yellow house to its right. (photo is a bit washed-out). To be correct, I did go out again that evening for a super calm, supermoon paddle but the photos did not turn out. Sad to think it’s highly unlikely I’ll be out again in 2016 but what a way to say “until next year!”
Don't you love finding something unexpected and wonderful? That's how I felt about this campground on the Olympic Peninsula. We only stayed at Dungeness Recreation Area because we couldn't get a campground reservation in Olympic National Park. The private campsites and access to a five-mile long spit in the Puget Sound will probably draw us back. Next time, I am staying in the lighthouse!
My campground review is here: http://travelingmel.com/dungeness-recreation-area-campground/
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