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Party ’til the Cows Go Home

Hey y’all!  Guess what time of year it is?  It’s South Shore Exhibition week!!  This year the Big Ex is celebrating 125 year, with plenty of activities, exhibits, rides, animals, treats and more! Starting Tuesday evening at 6pm, the exhibition will kick off with the parade.  This year, due to construction the parade route will […]

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Nova Scotia’s Summer Soup

Hodgepodge… One of my favourite summer meals.  When the carrots, beans and potatoes are fresh what do you do?  Make Hodgepodge!  A true Nova Scotian classic, hodgepodge is a simple soup made from fresh beans, carrots, peas, potatoes, cream and butter.  Lots of butter. When I asked my Mom for her recipe, there wasn’t really one. […]

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Bluenose Coast Boat Tours

  The Bluenose Coast is one of the most beautiful drives in Nova Scotia in my opinion.  The roads follow the coves and harbours and includes some of the most spectacular views I have ever seen.  The only way better to view these magnificent waters is to explore them first hand, by boat!  We are […]

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Festival of the Arts Final Weekend

The Peggy’s Cove Festival of the Arts has been taking place in the St. Margarets Bay area since 2011 and has since flourished into an art fanatics dream.  Take the time to visit the beautiful scenery of Peggy’s Cove and surrounding harbours and coves while enjoying several types of local art. For the second and final […]

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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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Delicious Local Living at the Hubbards Farmers’ Market

Is there anything better than a Farmer’s Market?  I mean, seriously?  All those yummy, fresh, local products all in one place.  You know they’ve been cultivated and crafted with love and dedication, you don’t even need to ask. Over the past few years Farmer’s Markets have been popping up in communities across Nova Scotia.  Some […]

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