Windemuth International Reunion
The next Windemuth reunion will be held in the village of Baddeck, located on scenic Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada July 10th thru the 13th, 2017. Details for the reunion are now being confirmed and we hope to have an itinerary available within the next few weeks.
Hosts for the event are Ed Wintermute and his wife, Linda; sisters, Norma (Wintermute) Marchant and her husband, Bill; and Donna (Wintermute) Ellis and her husband, Ed. We will gather in Bill and Norma's home town, on the shores of the Bras d'Or Lakes in the beautiful village of Baddeck. Together, we will explore the unique history, culture, and natural beauty of the area. Come prepared to enjoy Atlantic Canada hospitality. "Ciad Mille Failte!" (100,000 Welcomes!)
The phone number in the most recent newsletter for booking accommodations for the Baddeck reunion is incorrect. The Lodge cannot be reached through their direct line because they close for the winter. The number you need to call for reservations at the Ceilidh Lodge is 1-800-565-5660. When calling be sure to ask for the Windemuth group rate when booking your room. If you run into ANY difficulty, please email Donna Ellis at email@example.com.
Here is a reunion Registration form you can download and print out. Once completed, mail it to Cathy Ingraham, her address is on the form.
To make reservation for the reunion, please look over this handy Reference guide.
Below are photos of places in and around Baddeck.
Summertime view of the Baddeck Lighthouse, one of several points of interest we will be visiting
Statue of Alexander Graham Bell and his wife, Mabel, sitting on a visitor's bench, overlooking Baddeck harbour
A lobster fisherman at work in Green Cove
From the trail of Usige Ban Falls
Baddeck Harbour at dusk
Baddeck River Falls colors
One of many beautiful coastline scenes on the Cabot Trail
Baddeck Anchorage at dusk
View from the Alexander Graham Bell Museum
Beinn Breagh (Alexander Graham Bell home at left) and lighthouse at dusk
Fortress Louisburg National Park
Baddeck Harbour (and Norma's house)
The rocky coastline of Cape Breton
Green Cove (in the Cape Breton National Park)
View of Baddeck Harbour and Kidston Island
Neil's Harbour, on the Cabot Trail
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