The Public Gardens

While Josh, Teresa and Mavis made a too-long-for -me day trip to Prince Edward Island, the rest of us went to town to see the Public Gardens and wander.  We saw SO many flowers I couldn’t identify.  Maybe a poppy? … Continue reading →

Halifax for Foodies?

It was a very overcast morning and rain was predicted so we drove into Halifax. It takes us about 20 minutes.  We parked at the Maritime Museum and went in to explore.  Kathryn and Mavis wore the same shoes: Mavis … Continue reading →

Peggy’s Cove

After a nice relaxing morning we set out for a little trip to Peggy’s Cove.  We drove along St. Margaret’s Bay; about 30 minutes south of here is Peggy’s Cove.  The little town was lively with Canada Day celebrants but … Continue reading →

The highly anticipated Rib Fest

Way back when I was researching Halifax, I came upon a site announcing the second annual Halifax Rib Fest.  I knew Tyler would just love it. We took it slow all morning–the weather was still drizzly and damp.  Finally the … Continue reading →

First Explore

Traveling with a baby is wonderful but different.  She and her basic needs dictate quite a bit of our pace.  No problems, just an observation.  She is a total joy as grandchildren should be. We took off to explore The … Continue reading →

Stillwater Lake, Nova Scotia

Still getting used to this process again so please excuse the blogging glitches We flew from Fort Lauderdale to JFK to Halifax International.  Woke up at 4:30.  Got to this lovely house at 4:30 ish.  So, long travel day, even … Continue reading →