Blue Rocks Fish House

On May 24, 2017, in Nova Scotia, by admin
Blue Rock Fishing House

Blue Rock Fishing House (click to enlarge)

Here is a fishing house in the middle of a cove near Blue Rocks Nova Scotia.  Unlike the Row Boat and Red House and Blue Boat Aground images, we did not stumble upon this composition.  I had seen pictures of this house on a Nova Scotia website while planning our trip.  During our stay in Lunenburg we intentionally set out looking for this house.

Before leaving home I used GoogleEarth to get the coordinates for a gravel pull-off in the cove.  Our Garmin GPS accepts latitude and longitude coordinates, so we had no trouble finding the house.  After working the house for some time, we set off wandering and found those other locations.

You can see from the sea grass that when the tide is in, this house is completely cut off from the shoreline.  Even in low tide, the house is completely surrounded by water.

Blue Rocks Fishing House N44 21 21.24 W64 14 50.46

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Blue Boat Aground

On May 10, 2017, in Nova Scotia, by admin
Blue Boat Aground

Blue Boat Aground (click to enlarge)

Here is a beached boat we drove past on the way to the location of the Row Boat and Red House image from a previous post.  We had no idea what we would find when we started down the road, it just seemed like a place we should visit.

You can see this boat clearly on GoogleEarth using the coordinates below.  There is also a picture of the boat on GoogleEarth.  I wish I had that blue sky when we were there!

Blue Boat Aground N44 21 35.3 W64 14 19.91

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Row Boat and Red House

On April 24, 2017, in Nova Scotia, by admin
Row Boat

Row Boat and Red House (click to enlarge)

This image comes from near Lunenburg Nova Scotia.  While staying in Lunenburg, we spent a few hours driving Blue Rocks Road to explore the area east of Lunenburg.  We found this little scene at, literally, the end-of-the-road in Stonehurst East.  At the time we were randomly taking turns in the road just to see what was out there.  This is the first of three nice images taken between Lunenburg and Stonehurst East.

During our trip around Nova Scotia we frequently left the main roads and randomly wandered around the coast.  If you go to Nova Scotia, take the scenic route and allow yourself plenty of time to explore and become distracted by all of these little coves, piers, and the coastline.

Stonehurst East Nova Scotia N44 21 48.99 W64 12 44.97

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