Nova Scotia

- Cape Split, Nova Scotia- a most memorable view at the end of our hike! (and no safety fencing) one of the best hikes ever. Cape Split is located on the Bay of Fundy.

Commemorative Church and Statue of Evangeline, Nova Scotia

Commemorative Church and Statue of Evangeline, Nova Scotia, Canada - Grand Pre Historic Site of Canada was one of the largest Acadian settlements before the Deportation of Acadians in

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Down East

This is a neighbourhood in St. John’s, Newfoundland called ‘The Battery’. It’s a community of solid, salt of the earth folk who’ve built their homes right into the cliff face. More than one window that I peered into had a boulder in the livingroom.

Truro's Victoria Park is one of Nova Scotia's most beautiful walking parks. Jacob's Ladder, seen here, is 197 steps straight to the top of the mountain, taking you through the lush forest.

My favorite place! Pic is jacobs ladder. Truro's Victoria Park is one of Nova Scotia's most beautiful walking parks. Jacob's Ladder, seen here, is 197 steps straight to the top of the mountain, taking you through the lush forest.

Truro's Victoria Park is one of Nova Scotia's most beautiful walking parks. Jacob's Ladder, seen here, is 197 steps straight to the top of the mountain, taking you through the lush forest.

My favorite place! Pic is jacobs ladder. Truro's Victoria Park is one of Nova Scotia's most beautiful walking parks. Jacob's Ladder, seen here, is 197 steps straight to the top of the mountain, taking you through the lush forest.

Bay of Fundy Tides in New Brunswick | 15 Surreal Places That Prove Canada Is A Breathtaking Country

Bay of Fundy Tides in New Brunswick

Fortress of Louisbourg, Nova Scotia

Fortress of Louisbourg, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada. Really interesting Fortress to visit

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.

Sable Island, 300 km south-east of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, is renowned for its wild horses and often referred to as the Graveyard of the Atlantic.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sable_Island

Sable Island, 300 km south-east of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, is renowned for its wild horses and often referred to as the Graveyard of the Atlantic.

Massive, stunning whale bones at the Fisheries Museum in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia!

Spotlight on Lunenburg, Nova Scotia

~Massive, stunning Fin Whale jaw bones at the Fisheries Museum in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia~.

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