Angus L MacDonald Bridge, Halifax, NS, Canada

The Angus L. Macdonald Bridge, known locally as "the old bridge", is a suspension bridge crossing Halifax Harbour in Nova Scotia, Canada; it opened on April

Today's #recipe for "Nova Scotia Lobster Chowder" hits the spot on a snowy winter's day, or anytime of year! Tasty #lobster combined with potatoes, cream, and butter make for a flavourful #Maritime feast. Dig out your Dutch Oven and get started preparing this authentic #NovaScotia meal. #28daysofdelicious

Recipe for "Nova Scotia Lobster Chowder" Tasty lobster combined with potatoes, cream, and butter make for a flavourful Maritime feast. Dig out your Dutch Oven and get started preparing this authentic Nova Scotia meal.

Citadel Hill, Halifax, Nova Scotia

The Citadel, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada; Halifax Citadel National Historic Site is a symbol of Halifax’s role as a principal naval station in the British Empire, which was completed in 1856 and is the fourth in a series of forts on the site.

A visit to the Oaklawn Farm in Aylseford is a must while you are visiting the Annapolis Valley. This is Nova Scotia's largest zoo plus it has the largest display of Big Cats and Primates in Eastern Canada.

Oaklawn Farm Zoo has a large selection of exotic and domestic animals located in Aylesford, Annapolis Valley, NS

Minas Basin, near Parrsboro, NS

Minas Basin, near Parrsboro, NS - Cooke family roots

A visit to a maple sugar farm can be fun anytime of year, in winter by sleigh

My Favourite Nova Scotia Colours

A visit to a maple sugar farm can be fun anytime of year, in winter by sleigh

Provincial Wildlife Park Shubenacadie, Nova Scotia Canada

Provincial Wildlife Park Shubenacadie, Nova Scotia Canada

We used to live on the street across from this!! The Rotunda in Winter in Halifax Nova Scotia

The Rotunda in Winter in Halifax Nova Scotia

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Halifax Nova Scotia: smoke stacks on the Dartmouth side. I saw these every day in the distance while walking to school. unless it was foggy;

Every year, Halifax sends Boston a Christmas tree to thank us for the help of the Boston Red Cross and Massachusetts Public Safety Committee after the Halifax Explosion of 1917. Thanks for the tree, Nova Scotia! (photo credit: Lisa Kash)

Every year, Halifax sends Boston a Christmas tree to thank us for the help of the Boston Red Cross and Massachusetts Public Safety Committee after the Halifax Explosion of Thanks for the tree, Nova Scotia!

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