Curious Finds

As we’re traveling, Tom is always on the lookout for interesting places. After all, who wouldn’t like to see a giant lobster (Rest and Relaxation)? But, we stumble across some of the most interesting things when we least expect them. Here’s a few of our curious finds.

Cairns at Meat Cove

A lot of times, people stack rocks to mark the trails we hike on. But, in Canada, there were rocks stacked everywhere! We found these at Meat Cove in Nova Scotia (End of the road). International bloggers from Germany called them “steinmenchen”. They commented on my blog that whales stack them during high tide. I don’t know, it sounds like a fish story to me.

Pet Cemetery
Pet Cemetery

While we were Moving Fast through Florida, we  stayed at Little Manatee River State Park. A lot of dogs (and people too) were dressed up in weird costumes. Tom even dressed me up with a little cowboy riding on my back! But the scariest thing of all was this pet cemetery we found on one of the hiking trails. Spooky!

Gnome Home
Gnome Home

We found this tree with a door at Franklin D Roosevelt State Park in Georgia. Tom said it was a gnome home. I don’t know what a gnome is. I sniffed and sniffed and looked all around, but I couldn’t find it anywhere. Are gnomes invisible?

1 thought on “Curious Finds”

  1. Hi guys!
    It’s not a fish story (Germans use to say “Seemannsgarn”), it’s true, we swear!!! 😉
    But the real name is “Steinmännchen”, like stone and little man. We don’t know why… When Rover stand on his hind legs, in German he is doing “Männchen”. Can you do it, Rover???

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