Here we are inside the Knaut-Rhuland House with the aforementioned model of the town as well as a peek of the interior. It's a great place to spend the morning, and next we head for the Fisheriess Museum of the Atlantic, located partially in the red buildings on the waterfront.
The museum features working craftsmen, exhibits, boats and all types of paraphernalia for fisherman. One of the displays is temporary and very special. The original Bluenose was wrecked off the coast of Africa, and is about to be replaced with The Bluenose II. She is going to be launched next week, and the pictures show the galley table, with mirrors to show the signatures of the craftsmen who built this beautiful table. We wish we could stay longer and enjoy the launch, but alas, we need to move out before the weather comes in.
After a long day at the museums, we head over to The Knot Pub, enjoy a brewski and have our picture taken. Hey, I bought the scarf at the gift store in the Fisheries Museum!
Bob and I spend over 7 months each year discovering America. In 2009, our travels took us through 31 states and the Disctrict of Columbia. In 2011 we were fortunate to travel to Alaska & back, and again in 2012, we toured most of the US and were able to include the Atlantic Provinces of Canada!
Historical sites and places of interest with an emphasis on rural America is what we strive to visit.
Although we consider ourselves full-timers, From January through April we remain stationary to better serve our clients preparing income taxes. While on the road we continue to provide income tax planning & preparation services.
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