Your map of Nova Scotia shows the town of Louisbourg.
Please do not overlook it. That town contains the fortress Louisbourg,
which was a vital and flourishing settlement in the eighteenth century.
Today, the fortress is reconstructed, and functions as if the date were 1744,
or thereabouts. When you approach the gates, guards in period costumes
challenge you, and pretend to hassle you. For instance, if you are a
nine-year-old child, you may be treated as the leader of your gang,
and saluted and invited to pledge that your troops will behave properly.
Me, I approached alone, and a guard asked me if I was going
into the fortress. I said I was, so the guard asked me to try to find
some RUM for him and his companion. Well, I am a good fella for a gag,
so I handed over my bottle of rum, saying, "Here you are!"
Anyway, please do not overlook Louisbourg Nova Scotia.
It really is worth a whole day, and next time I will give it that.