One of the prettiest places we went was Peggy’s Cove. It was also one of the most crowded places we visited in Canada. The drive down from Halifax was thru very small villages along the bay thru a densely wooded landscape when all of a sudden the tree growth seemed to become stunted with dwarf trees and lots of glacial erratic boulders (boulders moved in place by glaciers during various ice ages).
Then arriving in Peggy’s Cove the entire area was large naked rocks. What an interesting landscape with a lighthouse perched on the top.
The day we were there, there were high winds and large splashing waves. Could have watched the splashes and waves all day!!!
The rocks and waves can also be dangerous and people can be dumb. The news had just been running reports of visitors having just been washed off the rocks, and there were warning signs around. But just common sense should tell you not to behave as these guys were. They were venturing closer and closer trying to get splashed. Makes you wonder some times.
The small harbor town was pretty as well.
Another perfect blue-sky day!!! Peace and Love