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A beautiful home on Church Hill Road in Sandy Cove, Digby Neck Nova Scotia

A beautiful home on Church Hill Road in Sandy Cove, Digby Neck Nova Scotia

The Bay of Fundy at low tide in the village of Sandy Cove along Digby Neck, Nova Scotia.

St Mary's Bay at low tide in the village of Sandy Cove, Digby Neck, Nova Scotia.

✮ Meat Cove, Nova Scotia

Cabot Trail, Meat cove in Nova Scotia, Cape Breton Island, Canada. I have heard about the infamous Meat Cove.

SCALLOPS, my favorite seafood!  Digby Nova Scotia is home to the world's largest inshore scallop fleet along the eastern seaboard and Lobsterworld.com sources fresh scallops from the waters of Digby Neck and the surrounding areas.

SCALLOPS, one of my favorite seafoods! Digby, Nova Scotia, is home to the world's largest inshore scallop fleet along the eastern seaboard. Do not overcook!

Digby Neck: "Digby Neck is one of the best places in the world for sightings - spot smaller finback and minke whales early in the season and enormous humpbacks in the summer." Nova Scotia: The Bradt Guide www.bradtguides.com

Such an amazing experience watching this awe inspiring creation in its habitat

https://flic.kr/p/vKPbv3 | "Jerome's Lament."   Sandy Cove, Nova Scotia. | "Jerome (also spelled Jérôme) is the name given to an unidentifiable man discovered on the beach of Sandy Cove, Nova Scotia, on September 8, 1863. He was found with both legs cut off to stumps, and when questioned by locals he said very little, suggesting he did not speak English. When asked for his name he mumbled something that resembled "Jerome", and so that was what he became known as."

https://flic.kr/p/vKPbv3 | "Jerome's Lament." Sandy Cove, Nova Scotia. | "Jerome (also spelled Jérôme) is the name given to an unidentifiable man discovered on the beach of Sandy Cove, Nova Scotia, on September 8, 1863. He was found with both legs cut off to stumps, and when questioned by locals he said very little, suggesting he did not speak English. When asked for his name he mumbled something that resembled "Jerome", and so that was what he became known as."

Mini women's march in Nova Scotia village draws half of local population

Mini women's march in Nova Scotia village draws half of local population

The Bay of Fundy at High Tide Sandy Cove, Digby Neck Nova Scotia, Canada

A panorama shot of Sandy Cove, Nova Scotia taken earlier this summer.

Vintage Sandy Cove Nova Scotia

Vintage Sandy Cove Nova Scotia photo taken of Wharf Road

Hidden Beaches - Sandy Cove - Nova News Now - Kentville, Nova Scotia Newspaper

News and views from the communities of western Nova Scotia brought to you by Saltwire Network's Nova Scotia Weeklies.

Foggy Morning in Sandy Cove Nova Scotia

Foggy Morning in Sandy Cove Nova Scotia

https://flic.kr/p/uR1AGb | Gloaming Cormorants | Sunset over the Bay of Fundy from Sandy Cove, Nova Scotia.  Follow my photos on Facebook www.facebook.com/WrootDown

https://flic.kr/p/uR1AGb | Gloaming Cormorants | Sunset over the Bay of Fundy from Sandy Cove, Nova Scotia. Follow my photos on Facebook www.facebook.com/WrootDown

Images of women's marches around the world showed massive crowds spilling down streets. Meanwhile, this was the scene in Sandy Cove, Nova Scotia, a place with a permanent population of just 65 people.

This Fishing Village Held A Tiny, Heartwarming Women's March

Sandy Cove Village, Nova Scotia hosts one of the smallest women's marches, but it's still mighty.

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