Friday, October 19, 2018

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Fortress of Louisbourg 24


As the ceremony continued. I realized it was a shortened version of the same presentation that I had photographed in the morning with the firing of the cannons.  Since I had also photographed it when I was there in 2005, I decided to photograph the Governor's residence, which I had missed previously. 

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Thursday, October 18, 2018

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Fortress of Louisbourg 23


I was inside a building when I heard more music.  I immediately headed towards the King's Garrison again and photographed the beginning of another ceremony. 

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Wednesday, October 17, 2018

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Fortress of Louisbourg 22



We still had a bit of time before the French Dance presentation so I wandered through a few more of the buildings.  Earlier in this series, I mentioned that I went to the same building twice (once through the back and another through the front).  I immediately recognized some of the items I had photographed previously, but because there were no people there this time, I photographed the kitchen and characters again.

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Tuesday, October 16, 2018

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Fortress of Louisbourg 21


On the way to purchase the bread, we stopped in the forge where two guys were working inside.    These guys have one of the hardest jobs at the historic site.

We purchased 3 loaves of bread and have to say that it was excellent!!  If you plan to visit the Fortress of Louisbourg, plan on buying some bread!   By the way - they have recipes for the 18th-century bread on their website.  https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/culture/gourmand-gourmet/recette-recipe60

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