Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Day 13: Caribou-Munroes Island Provincial Park

Main-A-Dieu Harbour

Main-a-Dieu Beach.
After we left Mira River provincial park we decided to go back to Mira Gut and up the coast to "Main-a-Dieu". That morning when we passed Mira Gut beach, the parking was full and there was people everywhere. So much so we decided not to stop in and take more photos.  Instead we drove past Catalone and up to Main a dieu. The beach there was spectacular. Soft fine sand. We were there at high tide so I didn't have much luck finding sea glass.  All along the beach there are wooden paths and gazebo's. If you can find enough room to park on the side of the road, you can go to the beach there. Most of the people were closest to the hill near the town, I'm guessing because it blocks the wind. We were further down the long beach not to far from a group of local girls. but compared to Mira gut beach, there was no one and the beach was twice as nice.

Atlantic Ocean seen from Mira Gut
Fisherman statue driving in towards Glace Bay. Could be in Port Caledonia, or even Donkin
Lighthouse on Bras d'or Lake

Simpsons cartoon lawn in Whycocomagh - drive-by photo
This road between water around Pictou, Nova Scotia. There was birds EVERYWHERE!
Beach at Caribou-Munroes Island Provincial Park
From Cariboo Munro Islands Provincial Park beach

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