Wards Brook Beach

Wards Brook Beach is a 20 minute drive from Parrsboro. The access has changed and became a little more challenging over the last year but my determination paid off…

Five Islands Lighthouse Park

We have countless beaches, some are easy to walk, others not so much… Five Islands Lighthouse Park is one of the beaches that is suitable for all levels of fitness!

Hardscrabble Road

No, I didn’t make it up… Hardscrabble Road is real. To access Hardscrabble Road we backtracked from the Joggins Fossil Centre through town and took the turn which was well signed. Hardscrabble Road hugs the Fundy coastline till it connects with Cove Road and you have a choice to carry on to Menudie or turnContinue reading “Hardscrabble Road”

Road Trip!

The Joggins, a significant geological site in the earth’s natural history is located only about 45 minutes from where we live. This was our second visit there but it is definitely not our last!

Merry Christmas from the Beach…

I still pinch myself every time we head to the beach in the winter… The Bay of Fundy holds so much magic no matter which beach we stop at!

Great Village…

…a great village to explore, especially if you are into antiques and collectibles. Perhaps you are a regular viewer of CBC’s Land & Sea and caught this episode that first aired on November 21st? Perhaps you watched it but didn’t really know where this grouping of antique stores can be found. Wonder no more: GreatContinue reading “Great Village…”

Soley Cove

Every sea stack has a unique history… this is my favourite formation close to home. Read on and click on the link to find out more.

Putting Parrsboro, NS on the Map…

Whether you want to get away for a night, a weekend or longer to explore the Bay of Fundy consider “The Pleasant Street Inn” in Parrsboro… home away from home, even over the holidays!

Calm Between Storms

In keeping with my daily posts a quick update from an unexpected sojourn to Halifax for a medical appointment. We decided to drive in a day early due to the weather forecast. The trip was one battling rain but the wind died down and the rain has slowed as well. This was the view thisContinue reading “Calm Between Storms”

Patches of Light…

Late fall is a time of transition. Nothing drives home this natural occurrence more than a visit to a familiar forest where, not too long ago, I marveled at the magic light filtering through the colourful leaves…

Red Rocks in West Advocate, NS

Red Rocks and sunshine along the beach… what could be better to rejuvenate the senses?

When the Sun Shines in November…

The Fundy GeoPark has countless destinations to explore. Cape d’Or is well worth the trip, especially on a sunny and mild day in November…

Carpe Momentum…

A visit to Spencer’s Island Beach always provides restorative benefits…

Have you ever visited a Sugar Bush?

The sugar bush last March and in glorious autumnal colours… Join me for a jaunt through the forest today!

At the Foot of Economy Mountain…

Following the main road provides countless breath-taking vistas. Turning off here and there and exploring the lesser traveled, often pothole dotted roads is often even more rewarding…

That Dutchman’s Cheese Farm, Home to The Dragon’s Breath…

…There is so much to explore and discover between Parrsboro and Truro. That Dutchman’s Cheese Farm is right along the road offering a unique shopping experience!…

When the Days Get Shorter and the Leaves Begin to Turn…

…Take a short drive out to the Fox Point Inn to experience the contemplative imagery of Reggie Tucker…