Two dogs, one ball. The chocolate lab wanted to play chase the dog with the ball.. apparently their (the dogs) favorite game. I declined to participate after the first round.
A good statue, from the waist up. He has a lot of competition in Parrsboro, dinosaurs are real popular.
This dino doesn't know I'm pulling the old antenna trick on him.
Some good specimens. Missed the big fossil, gem & mineral event by a week.
Five islands Provincial Park. Cloudy day, tide on its way in.
R:"Turn around Dave, I think I saw something." This sizable plot in the corner of a farm field near Maitland is a resting place for some dear friends of the people who live here.
Poems, pictures, and "family plots". A little sad.
These pets were truely loved.
You expect to see one of Snow White's friends to come running out to head off to work. An colorful private cottage at Huntington Point.
Hi hi hello hello. Another encounter. Camera always ready.
Nature's forces at work: soft rock, wind, rain, tides & time.
This sea cave is just fine at low tide... 12 hours later is a damper matter.
Looking from Huntington Point. Fundy fog promises to thicken.
Hey all you massage therapists still at work, look at MY fingernails!
Hull Harbour, place of the highest recorded tides. A cozy and snug place . Not much happening now.
From McKenzie Mtn. We are officially in the Annapolis Valley. Rich soil, supplemented with a good amount of manure this time of year.