Our Nova Scotia summer road trip: beaches, trails, lighthouses and good eats
Our Nova Scotia summer road trip recap! Discovering beaches, trails, lighthouses and good eats in Canada's Maritime province.
The Grower's Daughter
[All Photos - The Grower's Daughter] Yesterday was market day in town. The threatening showers and cloudy grey skies didn't do much in the way of keeping people from making their way down to the town square. I picked out a basket of peaches in hopes of finding a good canning recipe for some sort of peach jam or chutney. I'm not sure which yet, but in the mean time, they will sit and ripen on the window's ledge. This year I have yet to can a single thing and I'm determined to stock my pantry…
Red River Beach at low tide
Red River Beach is in Pleasant Bay area on Cabot Trail on Cape Breton. You have to descend a cliff to get there- they have a rope to help you. This place is totally awesome at sundown.
13 stunning spots on Nova Scotia’s Cabot Trail worth stopping for
With dramatic coastlines, waterfalls, vibrant bays and beaches, it’s easy to see why Canada’s Cabot Trail is considered one of the world’s best road trips.
Guided Bicycle Tours | Pedal and Sea Adventures
More than a dozen guided bicycle tours in Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland. As well as cycling tours in Ireland, Italy, Croatia, Spain and Portugal.
Photo of the Week: December 5-2014 - Cape Breton Living
Photo of the Week: St Peter's - Passing through town in the early hours of the day. It's that time of the day when the sky is just showing a bit of light..
Photo of the Week: January 16-2015 - Cape Breton Living
Pond hockey L'Ardoise - The winter months can be as good for the soul as it can be a downer. Sometimes all it takes is to gather a few buddies and get out