Atlantic Tour Tidbits – Part VI: Blue Rocks, Nova Scotia

Atlantic Tour Tidbits – Part VI: Blue Rocks, Nova Scotia

Our trip to Eastern Canada in June took us to three provinces. Nova Scotia was so interesting and beautiful, but we were only able to scratch the surface of this amazing place. Our bed and breakfast, the Sailor’s Rest, was located in the village of Blue Rocks, and we arrived fairly late in the day, after taking a wrong turn and finding ourselves in Halifax and Dartmouth.
Our walk on the evening of our arrival took us to the nearby coast, where we saw quaint fishing shacks, and fascinating, rugged vistas.
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You can see how Blue Rocks got its name.
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little stone pile
breakwater
The Breakwater Encasement
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The fishing shacks were so interesting. Each had its own special character.
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It would soon be dark. Time to head to the Sailor’s Rest.
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20 thoughts on “Atlantic Tour Tidbits – Part VI: Blue Rocks, Nova Scotia

  1. Hi Candice, I see you did make it to Dartmouth, which is my home stomping grounds. Don’t you just love that ocean breeze! Glad you enjoyed your trip and thank you for sharing!

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