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(The B&B is closed down) Friends from the very beginning this is how I would call Janet and Angus Quinn, hosts of the High Tide B&B at Lower Economy. The first time we visited the B&B there was a birthday party in the neighborhood ongoing and Janet took us with her … …. weiterlesen
After a great evening in September at the Shennong Tea Lounge in Düsseldorf, Germany to the Motto Discover Nova Scotia I like to invite you to learn more about Nova Scotia, Canada especially the Cape Breton Highlands Nationalpark. Let me bring you to the gorgeous hiking trails and landscapes with beautiful photos … …. weiterlesen
Today I publish an event note to all Canada and Nova Scotia fans on behalf of the Kanadatreff in Düsseldorf and myself. On September 13th I will show some photos my wife and I took in Nova Scotia and I will try to get you on a virtual trip to … …. weiterlesen
Canada remembers the Titanic 100 years later – Events in Nova Scotia and Newfoundland by Kathy Eccles Take a virtual tour of the final resting place of the RMS Titanic and it is the everyday details – like the bathtub in the captain’s quarters or the cook’s pot in “Hell’s Kitchen”– that bring home the scope … …. weiterlesen
A beautiful easy hike at the Kejimkujik National Park towards Peter Point and next to it the Snake Lake Trail, they can be combined to a nice extended walk. Combined they are approximately 6,5 km long. You hike mostly through boreal wood and along water. The path is well maintained … …. weiterlesen
… more than words can say ….... weiterlesen
While thinking over what another nice story would be to write about, and while I was listening to Celtic music, suddenly – I heard that Stan Rogers song “Barrett’s Privateers”. Oh, the year was 1778, how I wish I was in Sherbrooke now! A letter of marque came from the king, … …. weiterlesen
We are nearly four weeks back in Germany and still looking back to all the things that happened to us and we are missing all the friendly and nice people, friends – old and new, we have to leave in Nova Scotia. Sadly we could not take them with us…. … …. weiterlesen
SYDNEY — It’s been a trip of a lifetime for a German couple thanks to a Nova Scotia government-run contest..... weiterlesen
Here is our last blog while we are still in Nova Scotia. Four weeks, we thought, would have given us the chance to see all the things that Nova Scotia has to offer. Right now it feels like we arrived yesterday although we are already nearly four weeks here and … …. weiterlesen
Halfway through a tour of Nova Scotia, Joerg and Nicole Knoerchen stopped to experience Bear River and Balancing Rock..... weiterlesen
Ok, we all know what a pumpkin is, these are the those fall time fruits that make halloween so spooky if you carve them and put a candle inside or those who make soups so yummy. But “for us” it was unusual to see how huge they can be and … …. weiterlesen
Time seems to rush by and we had to leave Keji after some more hikes and landed up at Cape Split where we met some ‘old’ hiking friends to hike to the tip of the cape. Unfortunately I lost my “be prepared” camera at this trail a Canon IXSUS 70, … …. weiterlesen
The bad weather confined us within the next few days, while we passed the old Woolen Mill in Barrington, it was still dry but suddenly heavy rain poured down and made our bird watching tour at Cape Sable Island impossible, heavy fog covered the lighthouse at Cape Forchu but just … …. weiterlesen