Luckily it had stopped by the time Steve was ready to head out and start packing up....and by the time we pulled out at 9, even the roads were fairly dry.
Other than accidentally taking a wrong exit and having to backtrack a short distance to get back on the highway, we had an uneventful drive today. Not many pictures of the beautiful Nova Scotia scenery today, though...somehow the setting on the camera got changed to manual focus from automatic and the pictures were all blurry. Didn't you notice that when taking the pictures, you ask? Well, in my defence, I've been having a hard time seeing distances clearly (yes, I have already made an appointment with my ophthalmologist when we are home in December) and I said to Steve that I didn't know whether it was just my eyesight but all the pictures look blurry. It wasn't until the next day that we realized that two switches on the side of the camera had been moved. Here are some of the less-blurry pictures.
Approaching the Canso Causeway to Cape Breton Island...
The highway followed the shore of Bras d'Or Lake
Arm of Gold Campground. We were greeted by the owner who, after registering, lead us to our site...a nice open grassy site with a view of the lake. It has full-hookups with 30 amp. power.