Kayaking with the Shaffner’s in Lunenburg

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Wednesday, September 7th , 2016 – Afternoon Arrival on own to Lunenburg at the Boscawen Inn, 150 Cumberland St, Lunenburg, NS B0J 2C0 Phone: 1 800-354-5009

Until 4:00 pm – Thursday, September 8th, 2016

Cost: $ 335.00 Per Person inclusive – Registrant and/or Partner/Guest Event

Includes: Accommodations, arrival dinner, breakfast, kayaking, snack, water and lunch.

Dress: Warm and casual – appropriate footwear, sunscreen and hats are recommended.

Your Hosts for this Lunenburg experience will be Dr. Vernon & Dianne Shaffner. When you arrive in Halifax, you will need to make your own transportation arrangements to get to the Boscawen Inn, 150 Cumberland St, Lunenburg, NS B0J 2C0 (We will book your rooms)

Dr. Shaffner: 902-452-4401 E-Mail: verndishaffner@yahoo.ca

Phone: 1-800-354-5009 For directions visit https://boscawen.ca/ Directions

Set in Old Town Lunenburg Historic District and overlooking the harbour, this elegant inn set in an 1888 Queen Anne-style mansion is a 4-minute walk from the Lunenburg Art Gallery and 7 … More minutes’ walk from the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic.

Polished rooms feature WiFi, cable TV and en suite or private bathrooms. All rooms offer park or harbour views. Some add 4-poster beds, fireplaces, whirlpool tubs or claw-foot tubs. Breakfast is served in a bright dining room, and alcoholic drinks are offered in a warm drawing room or on a harbour-view deck. There’s free parking, event space, and use of a neighbouring pool and spa.

Thursday morning will begin with a breakfast at the Boscawen Inn. Then a short trip will start you on your kayaking adventure at 9:00 am ending around 4:00 pm. Blue Rocks is a premier sea kayaking destination of Nova Scotia. Made up of stratified slate pushed upward by crustal folding, the fifty-plus islands in this archipelago are stunning to paddle through. This maze of islands has passageways that only kayakers can navigate. Blue Rocks offers many opportunities to see wildlife above and below it’s clear waters, including playful seals.

For more information, please visit: www.pleasantpaddling.com

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