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Fort Point Museum Fort Point is located on a narrow point of the LaHave River, across from Kraut Point and Romkey Head on Dublin Bay. You might think that this being Fort Point, that the lighthouse would be the Fort … Continue reading
MV Scotian on the LaHave River crossing The LaHave Ferry is a cable ferry that crosses the Lahave River east of LaHave. The ferry allows connections between Highway 331 and Highway 332 without having to travel to Bridgewater on one … Continue reading
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.
A beautiful fishing shed on George Island
Lobster boats at the Government Wharf on the southwest tip of Bush Island
The former HMCS Cormorant, Hannah Atlantic, and Ryan Atlantic II in Bridgewater In the Showcase network television show Haven, the Cape Rouge is a fishing boat owned by a character named Duke Crocker. In real life, it is one of … Continue reading
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
Two nice ducks at Shipyards Landing, alongside the Lahave River – Bridgewater I had stopped here to get a few images of the ships tied up across the Lahave River, and I took a few minutes to photograph the ducks. … Continue reading
HMCS Cormorant was a Royal Canadian Navy dive tender. She started life in 1965 as Aspa Quarto, an Italian stern trawler fishing vessel. Aspa Quarto was purchased by the Canadian Navy in July 1975 and taken to Davie Shipbuilding at … Continue reading
Winter waves on the Bay of Fundy at Margaretsville, Nova Scotia