Shubenacadie to Halifax, September 1
It’s funny that the two families who helped with today’s celebratory photos were from Vancouver. So close, and yet so far. One group asked us what our hardest part of the journey was. It’s a natural question. True. But we wish not to dwell, or recount, those parts. Rather, it’s the joys, and the highlights; we savor the gems along the way, the colors, the smells, the slant of light, and the people. Each thread, each tale, each photograph, we’ve woven into the tapestry of this remarkable landscape, this adventure.
Today we arrived in Halifax, Nova Scotia, via the cute little doughnut shaped ferry from Dartmouth.
Today we dipped the front wheels in the Atlantic Ocean.
Today we stood together in awe and admiration.
Today, I finished my journey of thousands, and thousands, of kilometers across nine provinces of Canada!
Part III of this journey is nearly done. We will enjoy some sites together, before Irena continues solo to St. John’s, Newfoundland, in part IV of this adventure.