As we leave the Farmhouse Inn and the village of Canning...hoping to leave Dave's hay-fever symptoms behind as well. The skies don't look promising and a constant wind is blowin'.
The village of Canning has survived growth and change. Varied architecture and the many old elm trees make this an interesting village to explore. This place across from the inn is the color of Fundy Mud...I like it.
The town of Wolfville is bustling with a new school year starting. Arcadia University students were holding a car wash to raise money for charity. The car needed a bath but Dave's allergies hurried us onward.
Not a bark from this canine, just a long curious look.
Located behind the Visitor Information Center, the well cared for burial grounds reflect the care and pride in this community. We notice that unlike most of N.S., not all the churches are painted white. Colorful town, but stormy skies today.
After a sidetrip beyond Lunenberg we head back to town. Better weather for indoor naps than coastal exploration.
One of the least expensive rooms at the Boscawen Inn (shared bath). Perfect for us, and napping. I think we are getting homesick. Boscawen is the next town over from us back home.
This 1888 mansion - turned - inn was the perfect place to reside our last two nights in N.S.. We had, comfort, privacy, quiet and it was a very reasonable rate. It was easy being a guest here.
Here's a clue, it's on top of a fishing boat.
Always plenty of visitors on deck. Sails twice a day in the harbour. This would have been a lot of fun to do on a good day. Maybe next year.
Quite a National Treasure.
Hooray, Dave's allergies are much improved. Here's to the sea breeze!
Bike riders and VW bug all made from mussel shells, full of the unexpected . Every room in this shop had fun works...Maritime art re-defined : fish, mermaids and a sailor's sense of humor.
Out of Hand is an inspiring and fun gallery and shop . Purple on the outside, inside are all kinds of good finds.The hat I loved was sold ! I'd be in debt and my friends would love me if this place were closer to home.