This is St. Peters Marina on Cape Breton Island. We spent the night here and are now going to head southwest toward Liscombe Lodge at the head of a small fjord in Nova Scotia.
St. Peters Marina, Cape Breton Island.
St. Peters Marina really was a lovely spot to stay on the Bras d’OR Lake.
Leaving the harbor of St. Peters and heading for the lock.
Cari with her coordinated colors and Pursuit Boats hat getting ready to help with the bow line at the lock.
A small island off the east coast of Ile Madame Island, the ancestral home at Arichat hamlet on the island of dear friend Sue Dietrich.
The weather was terrific…very calm for the ocean along the NS coast. We slowed down here as we passed a sailboat that was heading ENE.
After passing small islands off the point of land just east of the town of Canso, We swung the boat to the south and west and started running along the Nova Scotia coast. Twenty miles later we pulled in close to Whithead Island with lighthouse and many very tiny islands that were the summer home of seals and sea birds.
Another view of the lighthouse on Whitehead Island, NS.
Just to the right of the tiny little rock pile island is a seal in the water.
Cari relaxing in the helm area with her iPad, probably talking to children or studying German.
We stopped over an underwater cone shaped rock that rose from 150 feet to 60 feet. A great place for fish. I tried jigging and started catching little Pollack immediately. They are related to cod fish.
A very large school of Pollack along the bottom. A view that will get a fisherman’s blood pressure going for sure!
Heading up the fjord toward Liscomb Lodge and small marina.
Approaching the Liscomb Marina…with space for 3 boats, total. A gorgeous setting.
The marina at Liscomb Lodge. There was no cell reception but the restaurant had delicious food!
The Liscomb lodge and restaurant.