Whispering Waves Cottages

308 Black Point Road, Ingomar, Nova Scotia, Canada | Ranch
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This ranch, located on 308 Black Point Road, Ingomar, is near Cape Forchu Lighthouse, W. Laurence Sweeney Fisheries Museum, Firefighters' Museum of Nova Scotia, and Tusket River.
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    Travel Blogs from Ingomar

    A Marine Layer

    A travel blog entry by loyalist on Jul 22, 2014

    2 photos

    ... a memorial to those who have died at sea. The list goes back to the 1800. Fishing is one of the most dangerous occupations in the world, The list of men and vessels in those early years was very long. Very few have died on the sea since the year 2000. We should be thankful. Stores were opening when I finished my walk. The magic of the marine layer was almost ...

    Yarmouth

    A travel blog entry by kerryanddee on Jun 04, 2014

    2 comments, 6 photos

    We enjoyed our first night in Nova Scotia. Had some fresh clams and lobster. Visited Sandy Point Lighthouse park. The coastline is just so amazing. We made it to Liverpool the next night, went to Lanes Privateer Inn for dinner. The Lanes were kind enough to allow us to stay overnight in their parking ...

    From Oyster Farms to Shipyards

    A travel blog entry by amybrazier on May 26, 2014

    10 photos

    ... three years to mature and are in oyster cages for that time. Apart from trying oyster kilpatrick once in Australia and not over liking it, I had no problem eating these fresh oysters with a nice glass or two of champagne. http://www.ruisseauoysters.com In a random little re-enactment scene by the side of the road there was some dummies and hay on a stand. What the Acadian people used to ...

    West Pubnico, Nova Scotia, Canada

    A travel blog entry by amybrazier on May 25, 2014

    10 photos

    ... years old and have kept in touch all these years. I am sure that when these two were 11 years old they didn't expect that I would be visiting one day 20+ years later.

    West Pubnico is in Nova Scotia (part of the Canadian Maritimes) and is a fishing village. Pubnico is the oldest continuing Acadian Village in North America.

    My first introduction to the local food was a 'Crispy Crunch' which is like ...

    Kentville to Yarmouth

    A travel blog entry by twodeesmail on May 10, 2014

    2 comments, 7 photos

    After spending the night in a lovely B&B style motel, we took in the "World's Largest Yard Sale" (or so it was called). Going in, there were voiced concerns regarding how much more could possibly fit in the Civic! Needless to say, our purchases were tiny and/or edible! :-) The slow meander through the Bay of Fundy's south coast & Annapolis Valley was very scenic, ...