A Day Trip to New Ross Farm Museum (New Ross, Nova Scotia)

Summer vacation isn’t complete without a day trip out to New Ross Farm. A classic favourite for the family; visit the heritage homes dating back to 1817  of Captain Ross’s family. Enjoy demonstrations of heritage skills and crafts and several hands-on activities such as planting, candle making and wood-working and much more.

For more information on summer & winter activities please visit: http://museum.gov.ns.ca/rfm/en/home/default.aspx

A Perfect Day on the Water in the Minas Basin (Wolfville, Nova Scotia)

Two sailboats were sighted sailing together this past weekend in the Annapolis Valley.  The local sailors took advantage of the perfect water conditions to enjoy the high seas of the Wolfville Harbour and the Minas Basin.



Will Njoku – Having the Will 2 Win

An inspirational story is propelled from a well spoken gentleman by the name of Will Njoku. Hailing from Africa, Will has triumphed through family tragedy, excelled as an NBA star and spreading a message to youth of personal leadership and what really constitutes as winning. All of this is propelled by applying his own internal strategy which he refers to as the SAFE principle, “Set your feet. Aim high. Follow through. Everyday.”

This past week students who attended a leadership camp hosted by Catapult, held at Acadia University in Wolfville, were not only engaged by his words, but were also compelled and motivated to use the SAFE strategy towards their own goals throughout their life.

To find out more information about Will and bookings please go to: http://www.will2win.ca/

Full Moon and Kipawo Meet at Near Midnight in Wolfville, Nova Scotia

Sunny Times in Wolfville, Nova Scotia. A Full Moon and Sunrise in 15 minutes.

A Closer View of The Minas Basin (Nova Scotia)

Doug Crowell, President of Kings Historical Society wanders with us on a private beach where the locals gather.

Here we look out onto the Minas Basin with the Canard River nearby.  We’ll begin our search of the lost Montague in this area, in hopes of unveiling the exact location of the wreck.

In 1760, the brigantine struck a sandbar at low tide in the Canard River and was left stranded.

Minas Basin Shines towards Acadia and Wolfville, Nova Scotia


Wolfville Harbour Night Vision

Wolfville Harbour at Sunset

Sunset BeautySunset Beauty

Wolfville Water Ways….A Sailors Delight in Nova Scotia

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