Our first night's stay in Nova Scotia. Comfortable enough. Good food, had trouble with the modem and phone connection, hence the delay of this going online.
Tall elm, chestnut,locust and elder trees line this wide street. Picturesque.
Recently opened in the newly restored Liverpool train depot.
The museum also had some of Hank's fancier cloths and guitar cases.
We drove to Beach Meadows looking for the elaborately dressed scarecrows fashioned by a local woman. The scarecrow wasn't much but the road straight ahead led to a public beach.
Cold but no worse than Kennebunk in Maine (ankles didn't go numb)
And better than Kennebunk, there was no one else on the beach at 1:00 pm on this beautiful sunny Sunday.
This beach was postcard perfect, better than the more popular (in the tourist guides) Crescent and White Point beaches.
Baby mussels the size of cucumber seeds covered the rocks in the tide pools.
These girls are headed for cushy summer jobs doling out tourist info.
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