Coate’s Point

The locals know this point of land as Coate’s Point. We find it to be a wonderful walk from our cottage just down the shore at Jackson’s Point.

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The sand and mud is warm between your toes and it’s very comfortable in your bare feet. As kids, and still today, we affectionally call this point “crab island” probably beacuse of the rock crabs that hang out on these rocks.

Rock Crab, Nova Scotia

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 This is also a good place to see shorebirds looking for food in the mud as the tide comes in.

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Blair on the beach

 

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One Response to Coate’s Point

  1. Jacqualine Wasinger says:

    Way cool! I appreciate you penning this post and also the rest of the site is really good.

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