Pebble Art of Nova Scotia by Sharon Nowlan by PebbleArt on Etsy

Beach pebbles and a branch form a lovely family of birds in a tree. Pebble Art of Nova Scotia by Sharon Nowlan by PebbleArt on Etsy

Angus L. Macdonald Bridge - a suspension bridge across Halifax Harbor between Halifax and Dartsmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada;  it is 4,277 feet long with a total height of 338 feet and is 154 feet above water in the center;  opened in 1955, it is locally known as 'the old bridge'    - Wikipedia

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

Shubie Park in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada • photo: Tim Lekhy on Halifax Wanderers

Shubie Park:Play, Hike, Snowshoe, X-ski along snow-laden trees! Post storm fun!

How To Eat Like A Nova Scotian. A blog post about Nova Scotia favourite foods other than seafood. Moon mist ice cream, donairs, garlic fingers, Nova Scotia brown bread, summer savory, hodge podge, pepperoni, Larsen Hot Dogs.

how to eat like a nova scotian

"How to Eat Like a Nova Scotian" from Little Gray Bird - Guide to some of the local treats and specialties from Nova Scotia: dulse (dried seaweed), donair, and moon mist ice cream (a swirl made of banana, grape and bubblegum flavours) among others.

Red River Beach, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada; photo by .Sandra Westbrooks

Red River Beach, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada photo by Sandra Westbrooks

Mayflowers are one of the first flowers of Spring in Nova Scotia.  They have the best smell ever.  Ever.  Seriously.

Mayflowers are one of the first flowers of Spring in Nova Scotia. Also, the state flower of Massachusetts.

beautiful wine country, Nova Scotia, Canada

Yes, wine is produced in Canada and Canadian wines have gained ever-greater kudos in recent years.

Foggy McDonald Bridge, Halifax Harbour, Nova Scotia (Chris Green)

Foggy McDonald Bridge, Halifax Harbour, Nova Scotia We drove here.

Theodore Tugboat Halifax, Nova Scotia, Summer 2007

Learn About Halifax, Nova Scotia Canada

Theodore Tugboat Halifax, Nova Scotia, Summer I remember going to see him as a kid.

Lobster & Crab Roll from The Shack Oyster Bar - The BEST one you'll ever eat and it's in Halifax, Nova Scotia

The BEST Lobster & Crab Roll You’ll Ever Eat

The Mayflower has been Nova Scotia’s flower since 1901. It symbolizes Nova Scotia’s survival throughout its long turbulent history.

This tiny flower has an amazing smell. It's unique to the Maritimes. One of my favourite scents.

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