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... up. John Eaton arrived with a train filled with donation furniture and building supplies and money came from the King. It is an amazing story if you ever get to look into it. Side note: did you know that the American National Anthem is actually the War of 1812 victory song? Canada still came out ahead, but whatever. Not only did we learn all about this, but there was a section on the war of 1812, the slave refugees who escaped but were still treated as a ...
... damaged in the Caribbean and was not economical to save. Several years ago, the Bluenose II was built by a local family who gave the schooner to the Province of Nova Scotia who has renovated her to a replica of the original. She has begun sea trials, but her last test failed as her steel rudder is too heavy to be controlled by the original style system, so they are in port converting the steering system to hydraulics.
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... Magnificent views of all the inlets as we wind around the coastline to Blue Rocks a scenic little fishing village, very picturesque and quaint the “Peggy’s Cove of Lunenburg” stopped to look at a little boat shed in the middle of one inlet. At Blue Rocks there is a tiny protected fishing harbour
the coast is very rocky (blue) lots of submerged and partly showing rocks from the shoreline with many little forest island ...
... family of the house. Returning to the present, the shower was incredibly hot and the pressure forceful - surprising me as we are so high up. Breakfast was hot and lovely (piped butter!) and accompanied by enjoyable jazz music. This house has endless little hallways and treasures to explore and discover and the overall feeling is of protection and comfort. As if the house is giving you a hug. I'm sorry to be leaving Lunenburg so soon but the sun is burning the mist off the ...
... to see. It’s one of the most visited places in Nova Scotia, with its beautiful lighthouse and picturesque harbour. In fact, it’s easily the busiest place we’ve been to on this trip so far. There are only a few residential houses in the village, with most of the houses being converted to gift shops and artist studios. It’s hard to imagine living here. All summer long the streets must be full of tourists and ...