A Taste of Nova Scotia

My lovely mother has been visiting us, and today we went exploring a bit. I don’t like highway driving (or really any driving, though of course I do what I have to), so I was happy to find an article about fun things to do around Halifax without a car. One suggestion was taking the bus out to Fisherman’s Cove. Here are a few pictures of this lovely spot. They will remind me, when I get cranky in a few months about being trapped in the winter hell-hole that is Halifax, that there are nice things about being in Nova Scotia!








Also, if you actually do want a “taste” of Nova Scotia, this is the book for you.

1 Comment to A Taste of Nova Scotia

  1. September 3, 2015 at 5:41 pm | Permalink

    So pretty! Looks like you had a nice time

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