Tuesday we packed up and headed back to Peggy’s Cove, stopping off at the SwissAir Flight 111 memorial. We had followed the crash and had recently seen a documentary on what had caused it, so were fairly familiar with it. Note that large amount of fog again!
Back to Peggy’s Cove and even thicker fog, so we stopped for breakfast at the Sou’Wester Restaurant and maybe the fog would lift.
More scary signs but we did go down quite close to the water..
We spent a couple of hours walking the rocks, listening to the tide coming in, the boats out in the water and the fog horns.
Just as we were leaving, this gull came along for a snapshot.

This was going to be a busy day so we headed out and toured around Chester and Lunenberg, stopping off at the St, John’s Anglican Church, where a German Navy band was performing. An added bonus. They played for another hour and we went in to see the starry night stained glass we had heard about.

We headed out along the shoreline for Shag Harbour and got there late afternoon to check out the Shag Harbour UFO Incident.
Unfortunately we could not find the museum and after a short time headed off to Yarmouth and ultimately Digby.
We stopped in Digby for the best scallops in the world and they were not bad at all!