Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Touring Meat Cove

This morning John and I picked up Steve and Sandy and headed off down the Cabot Trail again.  This time we toured it in the opposite direction, plus we toured Meat Cove.  We passed it up the other day so we made sure we visited it today.

Meat Cove is a beautiful fishing village located on the northern tip of Cape Breton Island.  It is the most northerly settlement in Nova Scotia.  The odd name is believed to have originated from the area being used as a place where hunters dressed animal carcasses during its early history. 

Here are some of the photos taken on our visit to Meat Cove.  We enjoyed our time there very much. 

This was our last day in this area.  Tomorrow we will be moving on.  

Laugh everyday.  Happy trails.  Stay Safe. 

1 comment:

  1. So glad that you made your way there. We stayed there for a night and did a few hikes in the area. We loved it there and the ocean and scenery are just perfect.