on my recent visit to nova scotia, the town of lunenburg stands out in my memory. wonderful people, spectacular scenery and such vivid colors.
i visited nova scotia for the first time last year. the town of lunenburg was one of my favorite stops. it is quaint and charming and there’s something pretty to look at everywhere you turn.
the tangled garden is a wonderful shop in wolfville, nova scotia that features jams, jellies and ice creams infused with herbs, as well as magnificent gardens. when i visited there this past september, these two young girls were sitting on pumpkins outside the entrance.
we visited nova scotia during the end of september and beginning of october. it my my first visit to this incredible province. the colors were just beginning to turn and for now i can only imagine how glorious it is in all its splendor.
near the end of our visit to nova scotia, we visited lunenburg. blue rocks is just around the corner, and as the fog rolled in there were some splendid photo opportunities.
after learning to shuck scallops, actually failing miserably at it, i stepped outside of the maritime museum in lunenburg, nova scotia and took this shot. the sun behind the boat made for an interesting effect.
it’s hard to fathom how many unique experiences we had in less than a week. the colors have just begun to turn. I can only imagine what it will look like in a few more weeks.
blue rocks is just outside of lunenburg, nova scotia. we visited last thursday as the fog was rolling in. i now know where you can get a good deal on a lobster trap.
we savored so many incredible meals in nova scotia over the past week. one of the highlights was the dinner prepared by chef sean laceby at the blomidon inn in wolfville. the use of local ingredients is key.
a week in nova scotia has been filled with unforgettable memories. we stopped in mahone bay yesterday where they are beginning the scarecrow festival. hundreds and of scarecrows line the streets including all of the characters from alice in wonderland.
we’re in lunenburg, nova scotia as we wind our way around the province. yesterday the fog began to roll in as we paid a visit to blue rocks and saw some gorgeous deer, up close and personal.
on our first day in halifax, nova scotia, we visited the citadel to see the changing of the guard. the guards are actors, but the ceremony is stirring. it was a beautiful, sunny, breezy day.
our last stop on an amazing day today was at tangled garden in wolfville, nova scotia. beverly mcclare and her crew create such tasty delights from their herb garden. the weather has been incredible with highs in the 80s.
travelling through nova scotia we stopped at the train station in tatamagouche. jimmy le fresne’s passion for trains began when he grew up around a train station. now he owns it. we ate and slept here last night.