Everyone is supposed to travel the long Cabot Trail at the northwest tip of Nova Scotia for its fabulous coastal scenery. But the drive would have taken 6-8 hours and I dreaded a hurry-up and getcher-photos-snapped kind of day. Besides, the overcast sky was making everything a little gray.
So we took a more leisurely drive west over to the “Ceilidh [say KAY-lee] Trail” and to the Celtic Music Centre at Judique. We ran into Mike Hall, the fiddler we listened to at last night’s ceilidh. He helped us pick out some music for our drive (including his own CD).
So we tunefully ambled along, got some lunch and stopped at the salmon fishing museum along the Margaree River. Easygoing.