Wednesday, February 10, 2016

The Marvel we call Nova Scotia!

'Cause we're living in a material world

And I am a material girl

I have a friend that likes to spoil Aisling. :)
She gave her these beautiful rings and bracelet. Aren't they gorgeous?!
I particularly like the star fish. Such a great reminder of her visits here. 

When a girl gets new jewelry, she needs a manicure to show it off.

We're As Cold As Ice.....

Visiting Burncoat Head has been on my bucket list since I realized it existed. 
February isn't exactly the ideal time to visit. In fact, the park was closed. 

Twice each day the Bay of Fundy fills and empties its 160 billion tons of water creating the highest tides in the world. 
In 1975 The Guinness Book of World Records listed Burncoat Head in the Minas Basin, Nova Scotia 
as the site of the greatest average tide of 47.5 feet with an extreme range of 53.6 feet. 

Aisling and I had such a fun time tromping through the snow. 
This picture is of the two of us above the bay. We were so grateful that the tide was out. 

This replica lighthouse contains interpretive displays and a small shop to purchase locally made goods. 
However, it is closed in February. 


How cool is this!

Being down on the ocean floor was such a humbling experience. 
You realize how small you are and yet still very important to our Father in Heaven. 

Our life has been incredibly enriched by the beauty here in Nova Scotia. 
We have enjoyed the beauty of the land, the sea and the people here. 
We love this opportunity we have to serve the Lord our God here. 

1 comment:

  1. This place is so amazing! I would love to see it someday. Wow!!


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