Snowflake Manor Bed & Breakfast
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... today was a big event day and a big children's race day. On
walking through the city I noticed loads of people cheering up at the top end of
the city and so kept clear of there and away from the crowds.
After a coffee in the hotel restaurant I headed out again to see what more
this city could offer. I visited a few parks and walked along more of the
streets but other than the seafront and some of the old buildings this city did
Hi all! You signed up to Jim and Donna's travel blog when we were on our big adventure in 2012-2013. We don't want to assume you are interested in all our travels so we are checking in with you.
After having escaped winter for that 2012-2013 year, Jim especially is finding winters difficult here in Nova Scotia, Canada. When I say difficult, I mean he whinges regularly and wants nothing to do with ...
... called Margaret's Bay and so she was called Peggy, short for Margaret. She stayed in the village and married one of her rescuers and people called her Peggy of the cove which stuck.The town ended up being called Peggy's Cove. There are only 40 people in this town but it is highly visited. All the people that live here make a living by sell to tourists or fishing. This is the most photographed lighthouse ...
... of St Margaret’s Bay (perhaps how Peggy’s Cove was named) to Peggy’s Cove, a rustic working fishing village with an historic lighthouse which has become a symbol of the spirit of Nova Scotia…for us… shrouded in fog!! In tribute to Peggy’s Cove, sculptor William deGarthe carved scenes of fishermen into a huge granite slab in his backyard. I’m sure a particularly pretty, scenic place ...