Meat Cove. So named because it was a plentiful source of meat (moose, deer, etc.) for passing ships. I’m thinking they should’ve called it Wicked Awesome Sunrise Cove.
Fletcher got into the sunrise as well.
Once the coffee was made, we headed down to the beach.
Meat Cove campground is truly magnificent.
Then it was time to strip Ruby Jean down to basic essentials and explore the northern tip of Nova Scotia.
And what a coastline it is!
We found our own private beach and stopped for lunch. Now that’s what I’m talkin’ about!
Crab season starts tomorrow, so there was lots of activity in every fishing town we passed through.
Next, we hiked Jack Pines Trail which (unsurprisingly) had many awe-inspiring views to offer.
After a quick stop for ice cream we headed back to camp to grill some chicken over an open fire.
Apparently, the Gods were pleased.