Category Archives: A bit of Nova Scotia

Snow Goose

The fishing boat Snow Goose in West Pubnico

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Dartmouth Street Art

A small piece of street art at the Alderney ferry terminal

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Beyond Limits I

The fishing boat Beyond Limits I in West Pubnico

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The Switchyard

Alderney Switchyard – CN Dartmouth Sub

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Fire Hydrant

A stoic fire hydrant with an entourage of dog fueled weeds

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Big Ships – Little Boats

Big Navy ships and small boats – Halifax Harbour

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Louis R

The fishing boat Louis R in West Pubnico

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The Train Runs Here

Look. Listen. Live. – an important message when you have to cross an active rail line

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Cameron Louis, Hannah Grace 2021, Nemesis 2012, and Constant Cravin 06

The fishing boats Cameron Louis, Hannah Grace 2021, Nemesis 2012, and Constant Cravin 06 in West Pubico, Nova Scotia.

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Floats And Ropes

Floats and ropes on lobster fishing boats in West Pubnico, Nova Scotia

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