Louise Queen

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Odds and Sods

In Sites and Sounds on November 4, 2008 at 10:51 pm

I had so many random pictures and wee stories that I wanted to share that I thought I would just pop them all into one. Enjoy!

Windmill

Windmill

On the way to La Petite Riviere is this lovely old Windmill, sadly I don’t know any of the history behind it. It makes a wonderful snap shot though and perhaps even a nice card or calendar.

Upside down on the deck

Upside down on the deck

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Exploring

In Sites and Sounds on November 2, 2008 at 11:40 pm

Since we arrived in Canada we have done some exploring – although there is still plenty more to do. Hence I thought I would take this opporunity to pop one or two photos on and tell you a wee bit about where we have been and what we have found thus far…

Nova Scotia is practically an island apart from a thin strip of land that connects it to New Bruniswick. Therefore a lot of our ‘exploring’ pictures will probably end up being of water.

Halifax – is the biggest city and provincial capital of Nova Scotia. It hosts a population of approx 200,000 – 250, 000 and this doubles if you include the other suburbon areas of Darmouth, Bedford, etc.

St. Margarets Bay

St. Margarets Bay

We think this is an excellent choice for those who want the best of both worlds. The above is the view from your back door – a gorgeous bay where you can sail or swim. Step out of your front door, right into the heart of the city (traffic, busy roads the works). Read the rest of this entry »