What a wonderful place in winter! After 2.5 years the whole Mause familiy is back in Gegogan and enjoying a wonderful wintertime. First it was difficult to access the property as the snow was quite high, but thanks to our caretaker who prepared some tracks using his fourwheeler we made it!
(picture by Tracy Auton Stuit)
Yesterday we were kayking on West River with Cathy & Steffen and a lot of other folks from around. Over 15 kayaks and canoes alltogether. It was a great day! Starting near Gasperaux Lake and then went down the West River to Antigonish. Great kayak and canoe route with a lot of nature and wild life.
wow – yesterday we had excellent weather – today it’s raining cats and dogs and it seems that a couple of trees wont stand the day. I’ve heard that there is a big snow chaos on the US East Coast – seems like it’s storm over here…
So finally: Just one week left in July – so if anybody is interested and spontaneous: Check our online booking calendar: http://www.homeaway.com/vacation-rental/p537466!
Yes – it seems that everybody is thinking about the summer now. We received a couple of bookings for the summer – we’re nearly booked for June and July – so if you’re intersted – let me know!
Okay – this view isn’t bad – but it’s a big city and I really feel home sick and miss the view over Gegogan Harbour… I have to check the flight schedules…
…hadn’t found the time to post new picts while we were in Canada – we were so busy It was great as always and this time it was really hard to get back to Germany.
Unfortunately we didn’t had so much snow – but today Richard send me a picture with a nice little winter scenery…
And I don’t want to hide some pictures from our first Christmas in Canada! We had an excellent and very huge Christmas tree from our own property. Thanks to Troy for telling me the difference between a Spruce and a Fir
Last Friday Doris had to go home. I guess she was very sad and maybe a little bit jealous…
But before she left we did a great kayak tour to the old shipwreck and met a couple of other Germans on that nice sandy beach with the big waves at Cap Gegogan. Greetings to Thilo and Ulla & Harald!
On Sunday Glenn and Neil learned from Alex how to dig for clams – so next time we’ll have some clams to cook too!
Buying our kayaks was defintely a excellent investment. We really enjoy touring with the kayaks all around Gegogan Harbour. It is a great and safe place for kayaking. Today we did a full tour into the harbour and on our way back we stopped by that lovely sandy beach on the other side of the harbour. Great!
We also finally found the time and enthusiasm to do the Liscomb River Trail. 4,5h hours walk through the woods. Great trail and highly recommended!