Category Archives: Annapolis Valley

A little green forwarder

A little green forwarder at work near Port George Related Posts:Red and greenGreenGreenA P Green Empire bricks

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The houses of Nova Scotia

One of the beautiful houses of Nova Scotia – Lawrencetown Related Posts:The houses of Nova Scotia – Victoria HarbourThe houses of Nova Scotia – a window into timeThe houses of Nova ScotiaThe houses of Nova Scotia

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Lawrencetown United Baptist Church

Lawrencetown United Baptist Church – one of the churches of Nova Scotia Related Posts:Phinney Cove United Baptist ChurchLawrencetown United ChurchThe churches of Nova ScotiaMelvern Square United Baptist Church

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The big white golf ball

You may know what the big white golf ball is if you live bear CFB Greenwood, but if you’re just traveling around the Annapolis Valley this large white object on Stronach Mountain might be a bit of a curiosity. Area … Continue reading

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Reflections – self portraits

It has been a while since I posted a reflective self portrait, so here we are with one that I shot at a very interesting place – the Church Grove Cemetery Company. Related Posts:Reflections – self portraitsChurch Grove Cemetery CompanyReflections … Continue reading

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Church Grove Cemetery Company

In 1851, Rev. Robert Stewart came from Ireland to the community of Wilmot and Melvern Square, preaching in the local schoolhouse. In 1853-54 the Covenanter Congregation was officially organized and David Cruikshanks and Daniel Morrison were named elders. The church … Continue reading

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Melvern Square United Baptist Church

Melvern Square United Baptist Church – Stronach Mountain Road Related Posts:Phinney Cove United Baptist ChurchThe churches of Nova ScotiaChurch Grove Cemetery CompanyHarbourville United Church

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The houses of Nova Scotia

One of the abandoned houses of Nova Scotia – Annapolis Valley Related Posts:The houses of Nova ScotiaThe houses of Nova Scotia – a window into timeThe houses of Nova ScotiaThe houses of Nova Scotia – Victoria Harbour

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Nova Scotia – what goes up, must come down

I do miss the west coast mountains – on the coastal areas you really can’t go to many places without seeing towering mountains. While Nova Scotia has geographic place names such as North Mountain, they are what I would consider … Continue reading

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Port George

My first visit to Cottage Cove in Port George was at low tide the day before a nice storm hit Nova Scotia. The beach is a mix of rock and cobble, with lot’s of interesting things to poke at. Not … Continue reading

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