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October 24th, 2012
October 24th, 2012

Images from Nova Scotia

On the boardwalk at Risser's Beach, Nova Scotia
On the boardwalk at Risser's Beach, Nova Scotia
The time here in Nova Scotia is best represented by a photo journal of our travels, experiences and views of life at our rented cottage, interesting houses to purchase and our whirlwind tour circumnavigating the province.  Hope you enjoy.

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View of rainbow's end from our cottage.
View of rainbow's end from our cottage.
Bluenose II awaiting relaunch.
Bluenose II awaiting relaunch.
Restored cottage minus plumbing - $139,000!
Restored cottage minus plumbing - $139,000!
Current plumbing for cottage.
Current plumbing for cottage.
Restored farmhouse + acreage $250,000.
Restored farmhouse + acreage $250,000.
Stemming the tide at Brier Island, Joshua Slocum's birthplace
Stemming the tide at Brier Island, Joshua Slocum's birthplace
Through the tide rip, ready to unload the catch.
Through the tide rip, ready to unload the catch.
Sir Robert Borden home's as B&B, Annapolis Valley.
Sir Robert Borden home's as B&B, Annapolis Valley.
More fall colours and real estate from road trip.
More fall colours and real estate from road trip.
View driving to Cape Breton.
View driving to Cape Breton.
Board walk and Petit Riviere countryside
Board walk and Petit Riviere countryside
Close-up of farm in picturesque Petit Riviere
Close-up of farm in picturesque Petit Riviere
Risser's Beach to ourselves
Risser's Beach to ourselves
Beach play in late October!
Beach play in late October!

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