Going to the Wolfville Farmers' Market? It's pretty easy to find. Just follow the smells, the live music or anybody carrying canvas shopping bags.
A stop over at this campground marked the beginning of our tour around the beautiful Cabot Trail.
An afternoon drive along the Mini Cabot Trail to Cape George gives breathtaking views and a "must visit" to the lighthouse.
Well known to fossil hunters, this small village was founded by Scottish immigrants in the 1700's.
Don't hang up those skates cause you can skate year-round at one arena in Halifax.
Swim this summer in the warm waters of Melmerby Beach along the Sunrise Trail.
Hiking the beautiful Cape Split Provincial Park Reserve with girlfriends.
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Did you know that Nova Scotia is one of Canada's top three producers of Christmas trees? Hug a tree, a Christmas tree!
One of Halifax's great civic spaces, the park provides magnificent views of ships and yachts entering and leaving Halifax's busy harbour.