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.

Beulach Ban Falls, Cape Breton Highlands National Park, Nova Scotia.

Beulach Ban Falls, Cape Breton Highlands National Park, Nova Scotia I have not posted any autumn foliage images this season so with winter just around t.

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.

Beautiful Nova Scotia http://www.travelandtransitions.com/destinations/destination-advice/north-america/

Photo tour of Halifax, Nova Scotia -- St. Mary's Basilica (apparently one of the photos in the article isn't even in Canada though)

Fortress of Louisbourg on Cape Breton, Nova Scotia.

The Fortress of Louisbourg is a national historic site and the location of a one-quarter partial reconstruction of an century French fortress at Louisbourg on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia.

There’s just something perfectly endearing about Halifax, Nova Scotia, making the city one of the top spots to visit on Canada's east coast. Thanks to the fresh seafood, friendly hospitality and pretty harbour, it's easy to see why!

Top 10 things to do in Halifax, Nova Scotia

From walking along the beautiful waterfront to visiting Pier 21 and the Alexander Keith’s brewery, here are the top 10 things to do in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

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.

My favourite beach in the whole world - Conrad's Beach, NS. Just long lengths of sand and waves.

Conrad's Beach on Nova Scotia's Eastern Shore - a long, sandy beach great for walking, swimming and gazing at the surf. I love all of our many beautiful beaches!

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