It's early morning and we estimate it will take the entire day to drive the entire Cabot Trail. We make the turn onto this well known scenic highway and begin our counter-clockwise journey.
One of the first attractions we see is The Keltic Lodge. It is a well known lodge with a beautiful golf course along the banks of the sea. We decide to spend about an hour browsing around.
We take note of several tour buses, and tend to stop at the same oversights. Green Cove is our next stop. Fortunately it is a beautiful sunny day, making for great sightseeing.
I love the shingled houses with bright colored shutters on the windows. This one seems to reflect the color of the sea today.
There are more little villages and harbors than we can count, much less find names for. Each seems more charming than the other.
Now at Pleasant Bay, we come to a small park with a Scottish heritage. This stone cottage was built at the bequest of a resident in memory of his beloved home in Scotland.
The views of the shore and sea always capture the imagination. Although, in our opinion, not as scenic as the Oregon Coast, there are many lovely sights. We hope you like this one.
Finally, taken a very long distance away, I grab a sight of a distant light house, just before the curve of the road takes it out-of-sight. Our day trip has come to an end, and we look forward to our visit to The Fortress at Louisbourg.
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