All’s well that ends well!
Scot Free III
Frank & Anne
Tue 20 Aug 2019 01:07
We saw the oldest house,
a number of heritage buildings, 18th century and Victorian, and
St John’s Anglican Church (one of five churches in the town and the second Anglican one in Nova Scotia). The wooden building, completed originally in 1763, was partially destroyed by fire in 2001 and required a 4 year restoration project.
A casual conversation, on Saturday, with the barman over a craft beer in Lunenburg’s first and only brewery resulted in him offering to pick up the long forgotten Amazon package from Dave’s Vacuum Clinic, Bridgewater. He commutes from Bridgewater each day and the one bus in the morning to Bridgewater returning in the evening wasn’t really an option. A perfect solution.
Success. We now have the ability to charge our bike batteries. 120 volts somewhere ashore, not 240v on-board!!