Two Weeks in Nova Scotia: Page 14: Truro to Wolfville

On the northern shore, in an area called the Annapolis Valley, things turned a bit more lush and agricultural, and we are able to see wide views of the Bay of Fundy.  See a helpful map here on Wikipedia.

The Bay of Fundy is known for having the world's highest tidal range.  At one spot, the range between the average high tide and the average low tide is 45 feet.

Today's destination is the green pin, Wolfville.

Favorite Takes

1) Bay of Fundy near low tide

 Where you see red, you are seeing the red mud bottom of the bay.

2) Farming

3) Hull's Cove: our high tide visit

 This is not all that interesting.  But wait until the next post when I took the same
shot at low tide!

Again, I have this same picture at low tide.  See the next post.

 Lobster Roll and Caesar side salad.

Lobster Mac and Cheese.

4) Tattingstone Inn

We had this cute little two-story guest house.