Road Trips


Road Trips

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Dropped by the Lunenburg Academy a few weeks ago. One of my favorite buildings in Nova Scotia. A beautiful structure.

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Bear River, Nova Scotia.

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An angry St. Mary's Bay, near Weymouth, Nova Scotia.

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Another look at Camerons Brook, along Kejimkujik Scenic Drive, Route 8 in Nova Scotia.

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Camerons Brook, Kejimkujik Scenic Drive, near Liverpool, Nova Scotia. The fall colours were amazing along the route this week.

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The bridge over Camerons Brook, Route 8 (Kejimkujik Scenic Drive), near Liverpool, Nova Scotia

The Highway Bridge

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Kejimkujik Scenic Drive, Route 8, near Liverpool, Nova Scotia. An amazing drive this time of the year.

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Kejimkujik Scenic Drive, an adventure in colour this time of the year. This is Cameron Lake, Queens County, Nova Scotia.

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Camerons Brook Provincial Park on Kejimkujik Scenic Drive (earlier today). #novascotia #fall #fallcolours

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The things I see when I'm on the road.

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Another pic of the old abandoned house I found near Vogler's Cove, Lunenburg County.

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Road sign on Kejimkujik Drive (Route 8) between Liverpool and Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia. The region is home to a significant population of rare Blanding’s Turtles.

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Bear River, Nova Scotia earlier today.

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This was taken near the Western Light on Brier Island, Nova Scotia. The island, population about 210, is one of the best whale watching destinations in North America. Worth the drive on your next visit to Nova Scotia.

Bay of Fundy Coast

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The three churches, Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia

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Sable River, Shelburne County (taken at Sable River View Cottages)

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The end of the road (Westport, Brier Island).

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At one time, the Nuttby Mountain House near Tatamagouche was one of the most photographed houses in Nova Scotia. Built in 1898, the old house finally fell over in 2006.

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  • Debbie MacLean
    Debbie MacLean

    I am lucky enough to say my grandparents, David and Lima Crowe, owned this in the 1940's! It was a beautiful home and sitting on top of Nuttby Mtn, had a magnificent view! This remained a treasured piece of our family history even after it fell!

  • Vaughn Mullen (Outdoor Nova Scotia)
    Vaughn Mullen (Outdoor Nova Scotia)

    So good to hear from you. Often wondered who owned this striking old home.