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The small town of Lunenburg sits on a pretty little harbor, once a bustling fishing village supplying dried salt cod to Canadians, Americans and Europeans, but still the home to a number of cod fishermen today. Of course, you can get some really good scallops, lobsters, halibut, and haddock here too. But don't go whale watching – save that activity for the Pacific Coast or Hawaii where the whales are much more cooperative.
... The challenge has been more for us to actually use them, as we seek to balance the demands of our daily schedule!
Time for a brief résumé of recent travels. In the last couple of days, the perennial spring we enjoyed for the first three weeks of May has evaporated, and we felt a bit like extras from 'The Shipping News' with wild winds and sea greeting us on the west coast of Nova ...
... br> While in the Fisheries Museum we played in the touch tank with the live scallops!! We learnt how to shuck a scallop & tasted it raw, which was excellent, I think I've tended to over cook them in the past because I wasn't sure if they were safe to eat raw - now I know they are! The fisheries guy told us that the black dots are eyes & how to count the rings on the shell to see how old they are. It was neat watching them open & ...
... and the 911 Memorial. Several have asked many times how it is going traveling together? It has been great. Ben and Maureen have been wonderful to travel with. We are all still great friends and are already talking about the next trip. We all have our roles. Ben and Rob get credited with hours of driving and setting up and breaking down. Maureen is our excellent navigator and I am referred to as the tour guide. We usually agree on what we want to do as ...
... values? The first observation Monica and I made was the very high level of obesity, especially in young women. Maybe it is partly due to the climate - long, cold, wet winters with little to do but sit inside and watch TV and eat - and maybe it is due to a culture that is slightly more traditional in its values where women tend to stay at home more. Once we got into Lunenburg in Nova Scotia we found more young women walking and jogging and ...