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Signal Flags Spotted on the Bluenose Coast

For the past 158 years, hundreds, even thousands of people have come to our little village of Chester, for Chester Race Week. A sea filled with sailboats and excitement, I can’t help but notice the colorful flags with unique designs, flying from the rigging. So, I had to do some research and find out what these […]

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The Tale of the Teazer

Author: Meghan Mahone Bay is a small, bustling town of approximately 950 residents occupying the South Shore of Nova Scotia. Settled in 1754, the town is rich in culture, heritage, and art. But, few know of the tale of the Teazer, a privateer ship, infamous in Lunenburg County. After the settlement of many towns and […]

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Ross Farm Museum Brings Agricultural History To Life

Ross Farm Museum, Nova Scotia’s living museum of agriculture has been called the best hidden gem in the Bluenose Coast region. Take exit 9 off Highway #103 to #12 or as the locals call it – the New Ross Road. Plan to spend the better part of a day as you and the family will […]

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