back to Cape Chignecto

Laura, Kasper, and I went back to Cape Chignecto this Labor Day Weekend. We decided to do things a little different this time and stretched this 52km round trip hike over 3.5 days instead of our usual 2.5 days. This allowed us to spend two nights on Seal Cove beach. We started our hike on Friday morning towards Seal Cove … we spent all Saturday in the sun and sand of Seal Cove Beach … left for Refugee Cove on Sunday morning … and left for home on Monday. We had beautiful sunny weather with cool nights. Had the opportunity to meet some new Friends (Corey and Sheryl) and put up with the old (Etienne). I think we may look at this hike to be the “kick off” to Nova Scotia’s summer hiking season and plan to do it annually during the May long weekend … You should join us!

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