Took a trip to Cape Sable Island today off the south east tip of Nova Scotia, Canada, about a 400 km round trip. Weather wasn’t bad when we left but when we got there we found ourselves in thick fog.
I really wanted to see the lighthouse, which is on a little island off The Hawk, off the south of Cape Sable Island, but the fog was so thick that while we could hear the foghorn, there was no sight of the lighthouse.
(Wikipedia) Cape Sable Island, locally referred to as Cape Island, is a small Canadian island located at the southernmost point of the Nova Scotia peninsula. Sometimes confused with Sable Island, Cape Sable Island forms the eastern limit of the Gulf of Maine, opposite Cape Cod.
The island is situated in Shelburne County south of Barrington Head, separated from the mainland by the narrow strait of Barrington Passage, but has been connected since 1949 by a causeway. The largest community on the island is the town of Clark’s Harbour, Nova Scotia.
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