Today is the last day of the Celtic Colours festival and Judique is having a Ceilidh, which is a Gaelic name for a small concert. We are sitting drinking a Nova Scotia beer and tea while listening to a really great fiddler, Ian MacDonald and watching some locals square dance, Cape Breton style.
We are staying on the property of our neighbors in Plymouth, which is beautifully situated right on the coast facing Prince Edward Island. We walked some of the coastal trail yesterday, which goes for dozens of miles along an old railroad bed.
|Sunset from our trailer|
|along the Coastal Trail near Judique|
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