Today we drove the Cabot Trail, which winds through the Cape Breton Highlands National Park on Cape Breton Island. Since there are no words adequate enough to describe the beauty, I’ll let a few photos do the talking.
In a province known for its lighthouses, this is the first one we’ve seen. Much to our delight we discovered that it is now an ice cream shop!
How’s that for an awesome ribbon of highway? One of the reasons we drove 2000 miles to Nova Scotia was to drive that road. It did not disappoint.
All the villages on the cape have gorgeous churches. This was our favorite, in the village of Ingonish Ferry.