After seeing nothing but trees (and fields) covering most of Nova Scotia, it was like suddenly finding myself in tundra several hundred miles further north. There are hardly any trees around Peggy’s Cove! I guess they have a difficult time growing on solid rock?
There was renovations or maintenance going on at the lighthouse.
We encountered a couple of Swissair Flight 111 memorials overlooking the ocean along this stretch of coast.
From there it was only a hop, skip and a jump into Halifax, where we took in a few of the sights while passing through.
On the far shore was a ship that must be an auto-carrier as I could see lots of cars driving out of the end, and I’m pretty sure it was not a regular ferry.
And, a ship being dismantled for scrap further down the coast.
Cape Breton next …!