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Tag Archives: Nova Scotia
Wolfville, Nova Scotia – Sept 8
Wolfville is a small town in the Annapolis Valley and the home of Acadia University. We came here primarily to see the tides of the Bay of Fundy. The best place to see this phenomena is at Hall’s Harbour. Tides … Continue reading
Lunenburg – Sept 7
Lunenburg is a UNESCO World Heritage historic fishing and boat building village. 80% of its buildings are original giving it the UNESCO designation. It is also the home of the famous Bluenose II schooner. For almost 30 years the Bluenose … Continue reading
Peggy’s Cove – Lunenburg – Sept 6
I was right, today was a great picture day!! We went to Peggy’s Cove on a road through some pretty fishing villages. We then drove around Margarets Bay and Mahone Bay and Lunenburg. The pictures speak for themselves.
Halifax – Sept 4
We arrived at the airport around 4pm yesterday (Sept 3) and rented a car and headed into Halifax. There were a lot of students around and people were hanging out before the storm hits. We went to “Niche” for dinner … Continue reading
Iles De La Madeleine to Cheticamp Cape Breton Island – Aug 29
We left this morning at dawn (6 am) to a beautiful sunrise. The islands were bathed in golden sunlight as we cleared the harbour and set our course for Cheticamp (157 degrees – south east). The Madeleines were still in … Continue reading