We spent a day touring the Cabot Trail and
here are the pictures...
Spotted Claire's missing cat so thought I'd
take a photo while I had the chance. It lives in a wee hut in the woods.
And this is outside cat who lives in their
And this is inside cat who lives in the house
First call today was into the Reporter as they
wanted my photo for an article they are planning
And then we were on our way to the Cabot Trail
passing a couple of MacIntyre road signs on the way
This was a nice wee spot for lunch and
excellent food it was too
And here we enter the Cabot Trail
And we visit the Gaelic College
Colaisde na Gàidhlig
| Gaelic College
Colaisde na Gàidhlig is first and foremost an educational non-profit
institution, offering year-round programming in the culture, music,
language, crafts, customs, and traditions of the immigrants from the
Highlands of Scotland. The only institution of its kind in North
America, students of all ages and skill levels visit the College every
year to study under some of the finest instructors in Nova Scotia Gaelic
Featuring Doug Lamey and Sarah MacInnis, live
from the Inverary Inn, Baddeck for Doug's CD release!
And this completes our tour of the college
As a wee note I have to say
that I was a bit sorry that the college was not more open to the tourists.
It would have been nice to see something of the work they do here. I
can't help thinking that this is a missed opportunity to promote the work
of the college and gaelic in particular. Of all the places I visited on
Cape Breton this was the only place that failed to meet with my
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