KICK OFF with Cape Chignecto

Laura, Kasper, and I kicked off the hiking season with a trek around Cape Chignecto.  This is a 2.5 day adventure (about 52km) along the low mountain range that is part of the Appalachian Mountains and extends across the northern part of the Nova Scotia Peninsula.  We have made this our annual KICK OFF hike and we were very fortunate that a number of friends we met last year during this time had returned as well.  It was a great adventure shared with some great hiking companions.  Weather was awesome but Saturday night was a little frosty in our tent (about -5).  Here are a few photos from our journey.  Thanks to Susan and Lynda-Marie for their photos.

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