I have a LOT of catch-up to do with posts going clear back to June.
This weekend was a father’s day weekend trip to Tatamagouche with some great friends. We picked somewhere relatively close that none of us had been to before and the fact that the Tatamagouche Brewing Co. is there didn’t hurt either.
It was a quaint little campground right on the ocean. No beach but beautiful views, beach combing, and really beautiful sunsets.
On Saturday a few of us went to the market. It was really quaint, lots of booths, and lovely lady statues that Eleanor thought were impressive.
We took a short walk from the market to the train station – a restaurant (like my home town) and rooms for rent on old train cars. Neat!
That day we also headed to the nearby beach.
It was warm but the water was cold so no one swam for long. It was still nice to sit in the sun though!
The days were warm but my goodness, the evenings were COLD. It was a combination of being right on the water and the time of year but we literally could have sat around the fire in snowsuits.
I think this is a morning shot of Oliver on the rocky beach at the campground.