Chapel Cove, Cape Breton Island –
Coming back from the shore. To get there we sometimes have to jump over a small brook that runs over our path. This is Carl with his long stride crossing the brook. Me, I need to put a little more of a skip in my jump to get across. Sometimes the brook is too wide for us to make the jump, so this is where we turn around. In the summer, the road is usually dry, with the water staying well below and away from the road.
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