Skyline Trail, Cape Breton Highlands National Park, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada
From Wikipedia: The Skyline Trail is a 7 km (two to three hours) looping hiking trail in the Cape Breton Highlands National Park. It lies on the western side of the Cabot Trail. The trail is well-known for its scenic views. The trail consists of a loop that at about half way leads to a boardwalk. The first half of the loop is very well maintained and virtually wheelchair accessible. The second half of the loop is an easy hiking trail over stony ground and meadows. The boardwalk at the middle…
A Traditional Cape Breton Oatcakes Recipe | Elizabeth's Kitchen Diary
A Cape Breton oatcake recipe originally by Janine at Cooking with Craic. Reproduced with permission.
Cape Breton Island Memories of Nanna’s Oatcakes - Recipe Included! - Tourist Meets Traveler
Taste and smell are two senses that are deeply connected to memory so it’s not surprising that we often associate certain foods with special memories – food and nostalgia go together like fish and chips! A memory I cherish deeply of my childhood in C
Cape Breton Oatcakes – Recipe #2
Here is my second recipe for Cape Breton oatcakes. It is from a children’s book called ABC’s of Cape Breton by Nicole Shaw and Lindsay Shaw Poirier. I love buying kid’s books as s…
Gillis Falls are located near Sydney River, Cape Breton Island. The area is unique as there are two cascading falls on Gillis Brook, both with swimming pools below them. If you visit the area in the summer, expect others visitors...