The next few posts are photos from my family's visit in Nova Scotia last week. We did a bit of sightseeing, well actually, quite a lot of sightseeing. For one short week I think Josh, Kim and Eva saw a heck of a lot of this little province. But not nearly enough of course. We didn't even get into The City! [Nova Scotia has a couple of cities, but "The City" refers to Halifax.] Or Cape Breton!
We took a lot of photos but somehow missed photographing The Valley (Annapolis, that is). We managed to drive down a good part of it, all the way from Wolfville to Middleton. Stopped at a wonderful antique store where Kim picked up a couple of lovely large old kids' story books.
We visited Halls Harbour and took some photos there, but I am not including them here. I am sure if you google Halls Harbour you will see some good pics. Also, google the Halls Harbour webcam for really great views of the giant Fundy tides (up to 30 ft here I think).
OK, here we go with the first day.
Hanging out at home:
We walked down the hill to see the town on a cold but sunny day:
We stopped at a local farm for eggs, and the farmer gave us a tour of the barnyard and showed off his biggest lamb:
Unfortunately, Kim was ill on the second day here so we let her sleep and took a short walk to the town reservoir for the view:
This is Eva doing her incognito film star act: