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Three Perfect Days: Nova Scotia

Author Nicholas DeRenzo Photography Chris Sorensen

The idyllic fishing village at Peggy’s Cove

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Canada’s second-smallest province tends to conjure images of picturesque lobstering villages, rocky beaches, lonely lighthouses and cold weather. It’s true, the winters here can be harsh, but Nova Scotians generate their own kind of sunshine. In fact, the province’s defining characteristic is a pervasive sweetness. You can see it everywhere: from the candy colors of its clapboard cottages to the cutesy nickname for non-locals (“come from aways”) to the syrupy sauce atop the province’s trademark late-night snack (a beef-and-pork gyro glazed with icing). It’s a place that, even on the foggiest days (and there are many), could never be described as gloomy.
 

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2 Responses to “Three Perfect Days: Nova Scotia”

  1. Buom Says:
    August 3rd, 2015 at 1:36 pm

    Thanks!

  2. Kitty Says:
    August 19th, 2015 at 7:58 pm

    I want to go!

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