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Hiking Admiral Lake Loop

By rfaulkner, on Wed, 11 Sep 2013 | 0 Comments

On a cool morning, we decided to hike the Admiral Lake Loop - a 10km trail part of the Musquodoboit Traillway Association. We opted to do the trail clockwise, keeping the steep elevation until the end. That meant an easy 4km along the converted rails to trails towards Bayer Lake to start with. This section had the lake on one side and granite cliffs on the other.

 

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Driftwood & Dining Adventure in Advocate Harbour

By BayOfFundy, on Wed, 4 Sep 2013 | 0 Comments

DriftwoodBeach_WestAdvocate.jpg I was scrambling around the house attempting to pack up for an overnight get-away. It was my wife Sara's birthday weekend so I wanted her to sit back and relax and I would handle all of the details. It quickly became evident that I am not the organizer in our relationship. Though in my defense, with the number of food allergies we have to contend with in our family (dairy, soy, gluten, corn, canola, cocoa, etc. etc.), packing is never the simplest of tasks.

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Summer's Not Over Yet: #VisitNovaScotia Photos from Instagram

By lasteeleworthy, on Fri, 30 Aug 2013 | 0 Comments

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It might be the last long weekend of the summer, but there's still lots of time left in the season to explore Nova Scotia. Here's a few of our favourite summer photos from Instagram to inspire your next road trip.

Kayaking in Kejimkujik National Park, @xtinesharp 

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Pictou County Pizza

By lasteeleworthy, on Wed, 21 Aug 2013 | 0 Comments

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Guest Post by Gillian Wesley and Drew Moore, The Local Traveler

I am fully aware of the fact that people everywhere, and I mean around the world everywhere, make bold claims that the pizza from their hometown is the best pizza you could possibly find. This is not something that's unique to people from Pictou County. What IS unique to people from Pictou County, is that when they say it, they're telling the truth.

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Hiking Rogart Mountain Trail

By rfaulkner, on Thu, 15 Aug 2013 | 0 Comments

What better way to entice your friends than to propose a hike with pancakes and maple syrup!

 

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From our community: Instagram's Favourite Beaches

By sviera, on Wed, 7 Aug 2013 | 0 Comments

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With over 7,600 km of seacoast and more than 125 salt and freshwater beaches in Nova Scotia, it's not hard to have a day at the beach. 

Every day we see amazing pictures taken of these beaches by our #VisitNovaScotia Instagram community. We asked them to share those beaches with us and here's just a few of their favourite pieces of coastline. We'd love to see even more of your favourite beaches - just hashtag them #VisitNSBeaches to share your day at the beach.

 

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From our community: Nova Scotia's favourite way to eat blueberries

By sviera, on Thu, 25 Jul 2013 | 0 Comments

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Cultivated blueberries are headed to stores and that means wild blueberries aren't too far behind. Blueberries are an important part of summer in Nova Scotia - the taste of a blueberry right off the bush or in your favourite dessert easily conjures up memories of summer vacations. Whether it's a grandmother's recipe or that blueberry pie purchased at a Farmer's Market you dream of, just about everyone has a favourite way to eat blueberries.

During last year's blueberry season, we asked our Facebook community for their favourite ways to eat blueberries and we definitely got a few ideas for this upcoming blueberry season. We even got a few recipes to try.

 

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Fossil Fans!

By BayOfFundy, on Tue, 23 Jul 2013 | 0 Comments

JogginsFossilCentreInterior.jpg I was recently invited to Amherst to speak at an event hosted by the local area Chamber of Commerce. Amherst is a vibrant community with a beautiful historic downtown and is of course the first Town to greet visitors arriving to Nova Scotia through New Brunswick. Amherst is also just twenty minutes from UNESCO World Heritage site "Joggins Fossil Cliffs":http://bit.ly/18bRcNx, so I was excited to invite my wife Sara and the kids to join me for a little overnight adventure.

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Farmers' Markets and Giant Pants

By BayOfFundy, on Tue, 23 Jul 2013 | 0 Comments

TruroFarmersMarketInt.jpg It started out a busy Saturday morning dropping my wife Sara and daughter Lienna off to her dance recital rehearsal. Next, it was off to the "Truro Farmers' Market ":http://www.trurofarmersmarket.org/ where Jaden's school choir had been asked to sing. Our Saturday morning routine typically involved cartoons and a trip to town to get groceries before noon, so we were destined to try something different!

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Our Annual Cape Split Hike

By clareandlinda, on Thu, 4 Jul 2013 | 0 Comments

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We like to hike Cape Split at least once a year, and the last few times we have made sure we take friends who have never hiked it before.

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