I went for a walk around the boardwalk at MacCormacks Beach; it was a perfect evening, with a perfect sunset.
An afternoon hike at the Salt Marsh Trail. The soundtrack was Incubus.
“Maybe there’s a poem in reverse
Spoken and it holds me out forever
Man it breaks my heart a little bit
That love is like a blind archer
Tryin’ to shoot an apple off my head
I’m not dead yet
I’m not dead yet, no
I’m bent but not broken
And I’m not dead yet
We’re undefeated, bent but not broken
No, they ain’t seen nothing yet.” – Incubus, “Undefeated”
Video: Undefeated by Incubus
A day drive to Cow Bay turned into a rose picking adventure on the side of the road.
Bloom where you are planted.
Work hard, stay bumble.
Mon amie picking from the rose hip tree. Her plan is to make some jam with the rose hips. Hopefully, I’ll get to try some!
About 1 kilos of rose hips! There will be a few bottles of jam, I’m sure!
We finished off the adventure feeling childlike, as we picked delicious raspberries on a trail to the water; a flock of seagulls were waiting for us to arrive!
I saw the pictures of this beach online, so I was very excited to walk up to this point to see for myself what was beyond. I was also impressed by the prime parking!
Amazing! 5 klm of white sandy beach, and so much to explore! Beach life galore! With the beautiful sound of crashing waves.
As we were leaving, my eyes filled up with tears, not because I was sad to leave but because there’s so much salt in the air!
Its love at first sight! I’m in love with this beach!
The plan was a picnic in the gazebo at the Dartmouth Commons. It started out well, but the wind picked up and we ended up eating our hair!
We packed up and headed back to the car. On our way back we took one of the many paths and we came across this cute wooden house built on the tree.
There’s something new to discover even at a place you’ve been countless times!
My longtime friend from school invited me to go boating. It was so much fun!
There is a bridge that separates Lake Banook from Lake Micmac. Under the bridge is a gang of pigeons. So, should you ever go there, cover your head!
We decided we were going to explore one of the islands on the Lake.
The Island was mostly a small forest in the middle of the lake. It was pretty easy to walk around, with nice views.
One last shot before leaving the island on the lake in the middle of the city.
The mission: Eat at Sou’Wester Restaurant and explore Peggy’s Cove. Mission accomplished: Amazing day!
We were craving fish & chips, and I must say, these were one of the best I’ve had at the Sou’Wester Restaurant. Highly recommend, with the best views while you eat.
Stop for a photo just outside the restaurant of the old British style phone booth! It looks like it must have been hit by many Peggy’s Cove storms, the door isn’t on it anymore!
The iconic lighthouse stands upon giant rocks…and more giant rocks!
I’ve always wondered what it looked like inside the lighthouse! So I took a peek inside. You can also google “Inside Peggy’s Cove Lighthouse” and you’ll find a video by Macleans Magazine of a quick tour of the lighthouse. Here’s the link:
And here’s my peek inside!
It’s so much fun to jump from rock to rock. You can get a really great workout, or even pick a spot to relax in the sun and take in the ocean views. This place is huge, although always lots of people you can find a spot.
I like walking around the fishing village. There’s so many shops, a cute café, as well as an ice cream shop. I especially like the docks, the water is so clear you can see everything perfectly.
Peggy’s Cove is a highlight of Halifax, Nova Scotia. If you come to visit, you really should take a few hours to come check this place out, and the drive here is quite scenic, so well worth the trip!