Category Archives: A bit of Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia fish boat Cape Mariner 04

The fishing boat Cape Mariner 04 in Saulnierville Harbour

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Shubenacadie Water Way

Fall colours along the locks on the Shubenacadie Water Way

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Fall Colours

Fall colours along the Shubenacadie Water Way

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Nova Scotia fishing sheds

A beautiful lobster fishery scene in Gunning Cove

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Nova Scotia fish boats – Village Dream and Angelina Rae I

The fishing boats Village Dream and Angelina Rae I in Gunning Cove

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Bay of Fundy waves

Waves breaking on the Nova Scotia side of the Bay of Fundy

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Nova Scotia fish boats Harvest Moon I, Southern Rider, and Village Dream

The fishing boats Harvest Moon I, Southern Rider, and Village Dream in Gunning Cove

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Nova Scotia fish boat Callen O’Sea

The fishing boat Callen O’Sea in Port Latour

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The train don’t run here anymore – Ellerhouse Road

Ellerhouse Road – Mile 23.24 from Windsor Junction on the Halifax Subdivision I had driven past the Ellerhouse Road rail crossing several times but did not stop as it looked like just another disused section of rail line. On this … Continue reading

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Sleepy Devil in Gunning Cove

The fishing boat Sleepy Devil in Gunning Cove

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