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Municipality of Argyle
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#1 of 3 things to do in Lower West Pubnico
... molasses cookies, admire handmade quilts & vintage clothing)...a post office, a fish shed (watch them make fish nets), a wharf, boat building shop (where they actually build boats by hand on site), a blacksmith.
The blacksmith, dory builder and lobster fisher did a great job as did the ladies in the farmhouse baking delicious molasses cookies in the wood stove.
#1 of 4 things to do in Wedgeport
... the fishing communities of Nova Scotia from their knowledgeable guide Simon Le Blanc.He is a born storyteller who adds humour to the situation.Not only does he tell the history but he is also a talented musici...
Tusket Island Tours combined that with the story of lobstering, a founding family in the area, a wonderful lunch of seafood chowder, fun on the boat as we became "bluenosed", and a terrific crew that also performe...
Cape Forchu Lighthouse Yarmouth 15.2 mi away
#1 of 44 things to do in Yarmouth
Walk around up top near the lightstation and take pictures on the giant chair, and of the sea and horizon from the lookout point up top -- there is a particularly amazing view at sundown as the sun is setting.
This is a quick and easy access from Yarmouth downtown, so even if you have only little time (i.e. while waiting for your ferry), it's a great spot to strech your legs or simply relax in a beautiful environment.
Deep Sky Eye Observatory South Quinan 8.2 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in South Quinan
We eventually made our way outside and onto reclined deck chairs to gaze up at the lit-up (with stars) night sky and taught about star-gazing and constellations by his knowledgeable friend, Brenda.
We saw Saturn, galaxies, the Pleiads, nebulaes and satellite flares, all through the massive telescope or by means of binoculars supplied by Tim, a very nice guy who knows a million things about stars and the univ...