We stayed on the Bay of Fundy coast, famous for its high tides:
Nearby Digby promotes itself as the scallop capital of the world. Images of scallops are everywhere.
Toilet roll bar frames:
The phone book:
Roses at the Annapolis Royal Historic Gardens:
A lobster club sandwich at Shore Road Seafood in Hillsburn. Once I discovered such a thing existed, I declared that I never wanted to leave Nova Scotia again.
In Canada, you can get free socks with a bottle of whiskey:
And finally, the best reason of all to visit the ocean:
A couple of quick travel recommendations:
- If you should ever have the good fortune of finding yourself in the charming town of Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia, the candlelight graveyard tour at Fort Anne is a must.
- By luck, we encountered First World War Comes to Life:
The group will be making stops in Ottawa, Toronto, Niagara-on-the-Lake and Montreal later this summer. For more information, click here."a fully-animated exhibit that explores the lesser known wartime contributions of the Canadian men and women who served beyond the trenches, both at home and overseas. From home front relief efforts and wartime production to frontline communications and medical aid, the exhibit offers a series of dynamic displays and activities for visitors to experience the sights, sounds and smells of a world behind the front lines."