Hedley House

Address: 375 RR#1, Smith's Cove, Nova Scotia, B0S 1S0, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 375 RR#1, Smith's Cove, is near Sandy Cove Beach and Bear River First Nation Heritage and Cultural Centre.
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    Travel Blogs from Smith's Cove

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    A travel blog entry by janet.gilbert on Aug 28, 2015

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    ... grill room and went to Norm and Renette 's. The music was as good as I remembered from last time. There were a number of people there, all of them lovely but one. Janice was a distraction from the start. This is a small room and it was full but she wanted to dance and be a part of the band . She was loud and obnoxious with her profanity but other than that, it was a perfect party, Dean drove us home safely and we mostly stayed awake. No cards tonight. ...

    First day of golf

    A travel blog entry by janet.gilbert on Aug 17, 2015

    ... she recovered quickly and was able to play 17 and 18. We stopped off to see Renette and Norm at the b & b where we stayed last time we were here. Hope to get back there for a "kitchen party" before we go home. All the restaurants were closed because it is Monday but we found a place called Roadside Grill in Belliveaus Cove where we had some fried haddock. The canned peas left something to be desired but otherwise a good ...


    A travel blog entry by cathyjanu on Aug 15, 2015

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    ... a whole lot of potholes in the road. John hit one and I bounced up off the seat of the scooter and came down ******* the metal frame, bruising the hell out of my tailbone making it difficult for me to sit.

    We drove into town and rented a tandem kayak. They didn’t have any enclosed kayaks like we are used to so we used an open kayak, which we actually like better. We spent some time just coasting along the shoreline and in the harbor. ...


    A travel blog entry by cathyjanu on Aug 14, 2015

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    ... evicted from our country. They also brought freed slaves here with them, however they didn’t give them the prime land near the ocean, but sent them inland to the rocky areas where it was difficult for them to farm or earn a living. They eventually arranged to go back to Africa.

    Fishing is their main industry, especially scallops. They also have a big Atlantic salmon farm offshore. The town sits on a hill and there are some ...


    A travel blog entry by bigfoot_travels on Sep 18, 2014

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    ... population & has created a catalogue with photos & names of all whales sighted in the Gulf of Maine which is opposite the Bay of Fundy where we were!

    Hope you enjoy these videos & photos as much as enjoyed looking through them all!
    Its taken a while to load all these on the blog site so I'll leave it to tell you about what else we did around Digby & the North Coast of Nova Scotia.