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The barns of Ontario

One of the barns of Ontario Related Posts:The barns of OntarioThe barns of OntarioThe barns of OntarioThe barns of Ontario

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The barns of Ontario

One of the barns of Ontario Related Posts:The barns of OntarioThe barns of OntarioThe barns of OntarioThe barns of Ontario

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St. John’s Anglican Church – Port Williams

St. John’s Anglican Church St. John’s Anglican Church was built between 1804 and 1812. The building was designated as a Nova Scotia heritage place on 10 March 1987. Related Posts:St. John Evangelist Anglican ChurchSt Peter’s Anglican ChurchThe churches of Nova … Continue reading

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The barns of Ontario

A snowy winter scene at one of the many beautiful barns of Ontario Related Posts:The barns of OntarioThe barns of OntarioThe barns of OntarioThe barns of Ontario

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Eastern Passage – Lobster traps

A stack of lobster traps stored at a fishing shack – Eastern Passage Related Posts:Jenkins Island fishing boat wharfOn the beach – a Nova Scotia fish boatLobster boats – Bush IslandBear trap

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The houses of Nova Scotia

On a small rise on George Island, overlooking Crooked Channel and Bush Island Related Posts:Geordge Island fishing shedThe bridge to BushNova Scotia fish boat – Theresa & RoseThe houses of Nova Scotia

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LaHave Islands Marine Museum

LaHave Islands Marine Museum – Jenkins Island Originally a United Methodist Marine Access church, the LaHave Islands Marine Museum was opened in 1978 and is a Municipal Registered Heritage Building. Related Posts:Lahave Islands Marine MuseumSt. John Evangelist Anglican ChurchDenman – … Continue reading

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A bit of George Island

A beautiful fishing shed on George Island Related Posts:The bridge to bushPulteney PointFilongeyFrench Creek fishing boats

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Lobster boats – Bush Island

Lobster boats at the Government Wharf on the southwest tip of Bush Island Related Posts:The little lobsterTrent RiverLobsterdunLadysmith – Government Wharf

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St. John Evangelist Anglican Church

The back entrance and a view of Crooked Channel St. John Evangelist Anglican Church is a small Victorian Gothic Revival building located on Bell Island in the LaHave Islands, on a hill overlooking Crooked Channel. The church was built and … Continue reading

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