Category: Nova Scotia Adventures

Pictures from Lockeport’s Past

I Love the history of Lockeport and all of the old pictures so I thought that I would post a few for those who enjoy them as much as I do. I’m not so sure if I have the caption correct on each of…

The Stone House revisit…

I haven’t been down to the Stone House all year…it’s my favorite spot to go…it’s very remote and way down a long dirt road . It’s built right on the edge of the land/cliff, some folks say it should never have been built there…

“Be Amazed” Art Structure

So for a few years now every time that I drive past Bridgewater I see this great art structure being built along the side of the highway. It looks so amazing that I try to slow down and have a look, but it’s a…

Lockeport 1972 CBC Radio interview: The view from Ginger Hill

I love Lockeport, we are a little island that you needed a boat to get to at high tide and could walk to at low tide, then in the early part of the century a causeway was put in and sand dunes built up…

Guest On Maritime Noon’s Beachcombing Show

I was asked along with Teri Hall (who works with beach glass) to talk about Beachcombing and Sea Glass on the  CBC Maritime Noon show…had fun! (Our talk doesn’t start until 13 minutes into the audio podcast.)