Thorburn is like many Nova Scotian villages; a scattering of old houses, a handful of tall, white churches (many for sale) and many graveyards, one for each sect. Cape cod style houses built late early 1900's wooden with tall, steep roofs, straight and simple. Reminiscent of a child's drawing of a house complete with laden apple trees out front. My apple-leather-making food dryer would be smokin' here..
Since the last blog I've driven the western and north western shores skirting New Brunswick, always seeking the back-roads which are asphalted but mysteriously sign-posted. I've met lots of locals asking for directions and even they don't know.
Fly back from Halifax to Nanaimo tomorrow, with one stop in Calgary. The weather has cooled and my suitcase is empty of clothes as I'm wearing them all - toodle-oo - Alison