The Gaelics faced many changes in their living conditions after arriving in Nova Scotia. Over the years (1770s - 1850s) they resided in "The Log House" and then "The Centre Chimney House".
From (1850s - 1880s) the Gaelics lived in the "Centre Hallway House".
From (1180s - 1920s) the Gaelics built and lived in the "Turn of the Century House".
The next few pictures are from the other buildings in the village.
The Post Offie inside the General Store.
We enjoyed our tour of the Highland Village. It gives you a glimpse of what life for the Gaelic was like.
Tomorrow we will be taking another drive along the Cabot Trail in the opposite direction and checking out a few places we didn't see before.
Laugh everyday. Happy trails. Stay safe.