The Cabot Trail
The lobster fishers are right up against the rocks, with thousands of buoys.
Another of Meat Cove, right on the tip of the Cabot Trail
I didn't order this guy, but a friendly couple let me photo their lobster..
Had to visit Grohmann knives and see their store in Pictou...world famous knives.
Interesting old buildings in Nova Scotia and particularly Pictou
The gentleman with the oldest house told me that Donald Smiths' house had been recently torn down, and he gave me the locale. Donald Smith, who was Lord Strathcona, was a cousin of my Grandmothers...she always used to say, pointing at the photo of him hammering the last spike, that "there goes the rich side of the family......"
Further down the eastern coast, it became more and more evident that the Acadians were by far the most prevalent cultural group in the area. The Canadian government has done a great job of documenting their original farms and occupations, as well as detailing the severity of the expulsions by the British.