This is part of a series that started with the post called “Roads – then and now (May 14)”. Each post in the series will describe each day of what we had hoped to do on our ‘cancelled due to Covid-29’ trip to the Arctic Ocean in 2020 AND what we did do on our Cross-Canada trip in 2019.
We may have reached Peel River Ferry crossing by today and be heading to the McPherson ferry which would take us on our way to Inuvik, in the Northwest Territories.
After another nice walk at Diligent River (Partridge Island), we headed toward Truro. We happened by a guy with a small hand-wash car wash and he was willing to wash to truck and camper which was much needed by now.
Then we went to Victoria Park and walked up ‘Jacob’s Ladder.
It really is a beautiful park with lots of paths, play areas, and even music. It was a beautiful sunny day, the walk was grand and we really enjoyed this stop. There were many nice views including ‘Waddell Falls’. People actually swam in the pond below the falls.
After eating in the park, we headed out to find a place to spend the night. We settled on Mutton Cove which is directly across from Partridge Island where we stayed the previous night.