By TONY SEED and TAMMY MCDOW*
There is a place …
Hidden between Highways 101 and 103 lies a majestic piece of Nova Scotia; peaceful freshwater lakes, rolling, clean countryside, relatively untouched wilderness and some very special people. It is a place of peace and tranquillity, of community, and of renewal. It is a place of pride in one’s roots. And it is easily accessible from all local tourist roots in Nova Scotia.
THE ENDURING SETTLEMENTS and landscapes of inland Nova Scotia have welcomed the gentle rays of day for almost 400 years. Continue reading