Nestled between South Mountain and the Bay of Fundy
lies the fertile Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia’s farming center and we have 10 days of touring the Annapolis Basin planned including some family time, some great meals and cocktails on sunset decks, watching the clammers clamber over the low-tide mud and a slowly rising full moon, begging to be howled at.
With day trips to Bear River, Annapolis Royal and The French Shore including the Yarmouth and Acadian Shores Region, and the rugged and beautiful, wind-swept Mavillette Beach Beach Provincial Park, these 28 images will make you want to return to a Nova Scotia that is perhaps nowhere else in the world: far away from the typical Nova Scotia tourist routes.
World Traveler, Writer, and Blogger, Co-Founder and Editor-in-Chief of the followsummer.com travel blog. A former Actor, current shower-singer, and non-hipster foodie. Loves his week-end house in St Marys, Ontario. Happily married to John Mountain and Dad to Sophia and Ariel, two of the best cats in the world.