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If you can't quite figure out why this cottage seems so familiar, though you've never been here, it might be an article in The New York Times  (later on CNN and in other publications) you happened to see around the time of the 2016 election.


A Cape Breton disc jockey set up a tongue-in-cheek website which touted the many virtues of this island as an escape, in case jittery Americans were looking for an post-election alternative place to call "home."


(We didn't know anything about this photo or article until an American friend, and former guest, alerted us! Although there was no mention of where in Cape Breton this building was located, we had a good chuckle over it!)

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