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... br> Driving south we came to the city of Halifax. Eighty percent of the Canadian Navy is based here. And the famous Citadel, an old military fort made of earth and stone, is still in active use. Watched the changing of the guard, done with dignity and precision. This was part of a bus tour, which began in the morning with a drive out to Peggy’s Cove, one of the most photographed places in Canada because of its scenic ...
... some images of both lighthouses and fishing below.
The Pemaquid light appears on the Maine state quarter, and our highlight there was engaging at length with the 84 year old volunteer at the Fisherman's Museum, who had spent 60 plus years as a lobster fisherman.
Freeport, a small town in the south of Maine is the exception to the ubiquitous fishing culture. It is home ...
What a fun place. This little cove with some fishing boats and a handful of colourful houses. I already picked out the B&B we will buy and run (this is a common theme you will see as I research properties in most places we go).
Peggy's Cove is around 45 minutes south west of Halifax so after around 2.5 hours of driving from Wentworth we arrived in a very foggy south coast and stopped at Peggy’s Cove. Alleged to be the most photographed lighthouse in Canada, probably most likely due to its proximity to Halifax.
We stopped off there mainly due to its fame and thought we would be there for 20 minutes or so but we were very impressed. The location is impressive mainly due ...
... main street so we follow the trickle of locals and tourists as they wander the streets. We have found some excellent sea food meals here and been entertained by our chats with the hoteliers and gift shop owners about life, both summer and winter in this attractive village. The wacky book shop owner, straight across the street, provided conversation late into the evening. He claimed he had a stream of interested customers between 8.00 pm and 12.00 am when everyone else was long gone, ...