Take a day exploring all the neat things just South of Wreck Cove, if you haven't already, go down to the fishing village and do some beachcombing, then head further South along the North Shore, almost immediately you will come into a vibrant Arts-and- Crafts community, all down the shore and out around North River way. Stop and have a look in as many shops as you can, even if your not buying , just to see the creative handiwork of these local artisans. Keep on heading South through Goose Cove and past the Guts to the Gaelic college where Celtic music and culture, come alive. Continue on to Baddeck where Alexander Graham Bell lived and worked on many of his great inventions. The Baddeck Lobster Suppers are a great scoff with all you can eat mussels and seafood chowder. For the more adventuresome keep heading South along the Trans Canada Highway to the Red Barn, (one of the best displays of souvenirs on the Island. Then turn right and go right to the top of Hunters Mountain., there is a large dirt road to your right, go up this road (approx. 50 K or 30 miles and you will come to the wreck cove road turn right on that road and travel another 30 K or 15 miles and turn right down the road, (if you come to the lake and a great- big- humungus - windmill, you have gone just too far) go back and turn left down that road. Pretty soon you will come out to the Cabot Trail again and you will be literally right across the road from the Cabins, ...there, now that was an adventure.