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... wild. The skunk I'm holding has only three legs and would not survive in the wild. The owl is missing a wing and eye. The two baby seals are there to be rehabed and released again.
There is a picture of Hope and I as well. I encourage anyone that travels to Nova Scotia to visit Hope for Wildlife. I also encourage anyone interested in donating to her to visit the website. There is also a television show called "Hope for Wildlife" on the Oasis network.
... one and an inter-denominational one. They looked a bit like war graves with the identical headstones laid out in serried rows. Some of them had names on them, but a lot of them just had “Died 15th April 1912” followed by a number. This was the number they were allocated when they were pulled from the water. Some of them had been identified many years later and their names had then been added to their headstone. All of ...
After another great sleep in and more eating we managed to load up in the car and go to Peggy's Cove. The drive to Peggy’s Cove was very beautiful and scenic. When we arrived in Peggy’s Cove it felt like we were being transported back in to time. As a preservation area, the old buildings and fishing boats give it the charm of a small fishing village in Nova Scotia 100 years ago. It just started to rain as we walked to the focal point of the town, ...
... Halifax and were greeted by Claudia in her new place in Purcells Cove before heading to the airport to pick up my other cousin Reto and Angie his girfriend who happen to be visiting too. In the morning we toured the iconic Alexander Keiths Brewery where we were entertained by actors singing and dancing while explaining the history of "The pride of Nova Scotia's" finest ale. All of us tied one on and had a great rainy day afternoon exploring the city folowed by a ...
... then drove westward to Lunenburg, a picturesque town of colorful Queen Anne homes set on a beautiful bay. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the oldest British settlements in Nova Scotia. We wandered around town taking in the many sites and sounds (there was a folk festival going on), stopped at a micro distillery, viewed the rebuilding of the Bluenose II (a famous racing yacht), and toured the Knaut-Rhuland museum and ...
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