Two Weeks in Nova Scotia: Page 7: Port Hood to Cheticamp

Our drive today was from Port Hood to Cheticamp, the largest town on the west side of  Cape Breton Highlands National Park.

Today's destination is the green pin, Cheticamp.

Favorite Takes

1) Dirt Road Near West Mabou

On this day we started on a dirt road that was recommended by the bed and breakfast owners.  It kept us off the main road for perhaps 10 or 15 miles.  It was a real joy, as I don't recall seeing any other car.

This red barn scene overlooking the ocean was my favorite scenic view on this day:

2) Lobster Rolls for Lunch

When you see "Lobster Roll" on the menu, be prepared for a lobster sandwhich.  This happened frequently.  Just an FYI; certainly not a complaint.
iPhone Image.

3) Cliff Views Along the Western Edge

4) Lobster Caesar Salad for Dinner

We have yet to learn what a "licensed" restaurant is. As far as I remember, 
all of the restaurants we ate in were "licensed." 
[Update: I have now received several helpful emails on this.
Licensed means that alcohol is available]

Caesar Salad does not get any better than this.