The coastline of Nova Scotia is pretty much anything you can imagine: beaches in which you can wriggle your toes in your choice of white or red sand, others that require you to put on your walking shoes and hike along rocky shorelines, grassy paths or peat trails, cliffs with spectacular views, boardwalks that travel through marshes or let you enjoy the salt air bordering more urban areas. Sometimes it’s just enough to be and watch the tide come in or out, as seagulls wheel overhead, porpoises dance in waves, seals play on rocks, whales play off in the distance, or dogs and children run around with smiles of joy on their faces.
Our Nova Scotia adventure will begin with the red sand of the Northumberland Strait, where clouds often seem so low you could touch them. ETA: July 1, 2013.
Photos below are last year’s. Can’t wait to see what this year looks like!
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