On every step of our road trip we were flooded with great discoveries, flavors, we encountered hospitable and pleasant people, enjoyed spending time in an amazing natural beauty and places rich in centuries of maritime history.
All that and much more sparked an idea to visit in a near future individually each one of Canada’s Atlantic provinces.
Only question was, which one will be the first and when it will happen?
I said individual provinces, not another road trip, especially not mostly along the same route as the first one, since there was so much more left to explore.
But, before that plan was put into a motion, another “road trip”, working trip though, took us along almost identical route.
It didn’t take more then a second to pack as a reading material Evangeline, A Tale of Acadie, novel by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, one I purchased in Nova Scotia two years earlier.
Since I’m not driving this time to and through Acadia, it’s a perfect opportunity to read about the tragic history of Acadian people.