Finally we arrived in Nova Scotia, a year of planning and organizing has been left behind us and our dream has just started and turned into real. The first signs of fall are already there and we are looking forward to see the leaves change in the next four weeks.
First stop was the Hubbards Market. I had never been before and what a delightful busy spot. Music, flowers, food, veggies, crafts, something for everyone.
Lahave at one time was the capital of New France. From 1632, when Isaac de Razilly settled on a point of land at the mouth of the LaHave River and started a colony with 300 people and built a fort here.
Soon we arrived in Lunenburg! The quirky seaside town that slopes steeply to the water. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
This is Mahone Bay, a popular town about one hour away from Halifax. Known for it's three beautiful churches along the water's edge and a of boat building. There are some really gorgeous interesting houses and colours here.
A great day of activities are shaping up over at Kejimkujik National Park & National Historic Site of Canada. The park is hosting their first geocaching challenge launch event on November 6th 2010
If you have a passion for food, history, tradition and the culinary arts in general - join us as we follow in the footsteps of some of Nova Scotia's finest original foodies. Follow our culinary triumphs and defeats as we tackle some of Nova Scotia's most coveted recipes - the good, the bad and the delicious!
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Off we went to Margaree Harbour Beach with our youngest, our Spike (dog) and I for an evening of relaxation. You can't imagine walking in the cool sand, watching the waves roll in and finding the neatest looking driftwood. There are lots of great shaped looking rocks to climb and a sunset that is worth more than one can put into words.