|Panoramic view of Cabot Links Golf Course in Inverness, Cape Breton.|
The highlight of our recent trip to Cape Breton, Nova Scotia was my grandson's, Brooks, round of golf at Cabot Links in Inverness, Nova Scotia. This truly links 18 holes course hugs the Atlantic Ocean with a spectacular view. Brooks played only nine holes with his friend Missy acting as his caddy. It started out a cool, misty, windy morning, but quickly turned into a nice day.
|Clubs are ready. Just waiting for tee time.|
|What club should I use?|
|Panoramic view of Brooks playing golf.|
My friends, Michealette and Christene, went along and we enjoyed tooling around town while Brooks and Missy played golf. We visited the Tears of Glass Jewelry shop while waiting.
|Jewelry at Tears of Glass in Inverness.|
|Rare pieces of sea glass and marble at Tears of Glass|
After their round of golf we killed a little more time until the award winning Panorama Restaurant that overlooks the 18th hole opened for dinner at 5:00 pm.
|View of 18th hole from Panorama Restaurant.|
|New addition to Panorama Restaurant that almost doubles the size.|
|Michealette and Missy waiting for dinner.|
They have some truly spectacular dishes at the Panorama, in particular I enjoyed the scallops with risotto. And their strawberry shortcake is interesting but not what you expect here in North Carolina. We collectively tried all three of their desserts.
|Scallops over risotto. My starter and main meal. Delish!|
|Cabot Links version of Strawberry Shortcake. Strawberries and rhubarb over strawberry syrup. Three shortbread cookies with strawberry whipped cream in between. Beautiful presentation.|
If you are a golfer you should plan a trip to Cabot Links.