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Allyson Tache, our Cape Breton Connection, is staying in the Yurt

Allyson Tache, founder of Refuge Enfant Pour Tous, (Refuge for All Children in Burkina Faso) stayed last night
in the Yurt.
 
Allyson set up the first Yurt at Cabot Shores…and introduced many friends to Cape Breton and to Cabot Shores.
 
She is here on Cape Breton, in between trips from Europe, Africa and most recently Quebec where she is fund raising
for her project “Building Berkina”, where she has founded an orphanage and  has developed a local community project of woodworking, including making children’s blocks and distributing them to community learning centres….
 
 

Blocks in Berkina Faso

 

Allyson and Tree

Fifteen International Students From Dalhousie Visit Cabot Shores

A group of  adventurous international students from Dalhousie are visiting Cape Breton and staying at Cabot Shores.  Willing to brave the still wintery conditions, they were out watching the sunrise and hoping to catch a glimpse of a moose.
Visit our Guestbook for the students testimonials in Swedish, French, Dutch, and Australian slang! (Bloody Brilliant, we say!)

A Magic Experience at Cabot Shores

“During my stay at Cabot Shores, I enjoyed playing pool in the downstairs and walking down to the beach in the morning…”
Mathew Benoit, 9, Portland Maine
“Cabot Shores is a very special place. We loved building rock sculptures on the beach and finding treasures like lobster buoys and wonderful drift wood. Thank you for keeping an running such an ideal resort…”
Anna Benoit, social worker and Matt’s Grandma, Portland, Maine
“I had one of these magic experiences in Cabot Shores when we went up the Indian Brook. We canoed, walked and swam up to these amazing waterfalls. Everything was just right. There […]