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Old 08-16-2012, 09:06 PM   #1
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I love Nova Scotia!

Stayed 5 nights in Parsborro Nova Scotia and loves it! Facing the bay of Fundy where we walked the digs each day. We then spent 5 nights in PEI but (no offence), prefer Nova Scotia.


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Old 08-16-2012, 09:10 PM   #2
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Old 08-16-2012, 09:32 PM   #4
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Loves it and walk the digs?
Gawwwd I teally should wear my glasses especially when writing this on iphone
Walked on the beach at low tide each day
Loved ir. would love to move to that area.
Been there before (not at this camp ground) and will be back


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Any more good camping spots?
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Old 08-16-2012, 11:12 PM   #7
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While in NS you should visit Cape Breton Island. The KOA at the foot of Kelly's Mountain is a great place to stay. It is located in a central location and is a great base camp while touring the Island. The campground overlooks the water and is beside the Seal Island bridge.
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Any more good camping spots?

I'll post some pictures after my weekend at Rissers Beach Campground near Bridgewater, NS. This is a Provincial park ( no Services) that is usually booked everday, all summer. I have a site next to the beach. hoping for fine weather.

This is the site I have booked. More pics to follow.
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Gawd, where do i start?

I'm a Bluenoser myself so pardon my enthusiasm!



You can pretty much do it by the "routes".

Cabot trial is beautiful. Rings Cape breton. Check out hte bras dour lakes, alexander graham bell museum for the worlds first hydrofoil (and other stuff), the highlands (time it right for highland games), Ft Louisberg, fantastic views and beaches and much much more.

Lighthouse route, Mahone bay, Lunenberg, etc.....

Evangaline trail runs you through the heart of Annapolis valley. Apple blossom festival, tidal bores, whale watching, Annapolis royal fort, acadian festivals, the Spitfire pub, Sam Slicks house, Uniack house, Upper clements park, Kejumikujick Provincial park, Anywhere on the bay of fundy and so much more....

The ovens, sipping microbreweries by the harbour in yarmouth, the silver fox truck stop, Shubinacadie wildlife park, the white sands of Queensland beach, lakes and rivers and fishing everywhere, canoeing, hiking, and on and on and on....

Halifax is a full vacation tour all in itself. Historic properties, teh bluenoose tours, for york redoubt, McNabs island, Citadel Hill, dinner theaters, it just goes on forever.

And I haven't even scratched the surface here.

So much to see and do, so little time.......

Nova Scotia Scenic Routes | Trails | Maps

Canada's Ocean Playground" is probably the best place to live on this muddy round ball and I'm in the military. I've been all over the world so I've got just the tiniest bit of "perspective" on the issue.

Gawd I miss my home.......I will return to stay, someday...
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Stayed 5 nights in Parsborro Nova Scotia and loves it! Facing the bay of Fundy where we walked the digs each day. We then spent 5 nights in PEI but (no offence), prefer Nova Scotia.


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I'm very fortunate to get to see the beautiful view that boubou posted every day right from my front yard as my house is up on a hill facing the same bay (but on the other side facing Parsborro).Some night I will get my wife to post a picture of the terrific sunsets we get to see.Yes I prefer NS as well.
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