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Joggins Fossil Cliffs in Joggins, NS

Joggins Fossil Cliffs in Joggins, NS

Joggins Fossil Cliffs | Atlas Obscura

Joggins Fossil Cliffs | Atlas Obscura

Sir William Dawson and Sir Charles Lyell (founder of modern Geology)  make one of the most famous of fossil discoveries: tetrapods (including amphibians and later, by Dawson alone, reptiles) within the erect fossil trees at Joggins fossil cliffs, Nova Scotia. together with millipedes and the earliest land snails.

Sir William Dawson and Sir Charles Lyell (founder of modern Geology) make one of the most famous of fossil discoveries: tetrapods (including amphibians and later, by Dawson alone, reptiles) within the erect fossil trees at Joggins fossil cliffs, Nova Scotia. together with millipedes and the earliest land snails.

Antigonish Nova Scotia. I've seen this entrance many times. Not with the Tim's or McDonalds though...

Antigonish Nova Scotia. I've seen this entrance many times. Not with the Tim's or McDonalds though...

Joggins Fossil Cliffs UNESCO World Heritage Site | novascotia.com

Joggins Fossil Cliffs UNESCO World Heritage Site | novascotia.com

Fathers of Confederation  Amherst, Nova Scotia

Fathers of Confederation Amherst, Nova Scotia

Port-Royal National Historic Site is located in the community of Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada, on the north bank of the Annapolis River at its discharge point into Annapolis Basin. It is located approximately 0.5 km (0.31 mi) east of Schafners Point and 1 km (0.62 mi) north of Goat Island.The site is the location of the Habitation at Port-Royal, which is a replica of the original French Acadian colonial settlement.

Port-Royal National Historic Site is located in the community of Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada, on the north bank of the Annapolis River at its discharge point into Annapolis Basin. It is located approximately 0.5 km (0.31 mi) east of Schafners Point and 1 km (0.62 mi) north of Goat Island.The site is the location of the Habitation at Port-Royal, which is a replica of the original French Acadian colonial settlement.

Main St., Kentville, Nova Scotia http://www.capermemories.com/2012/08/blog-post_2.html

Main St., Kentville, Nova Scotia http://www.capermemories.com/2012/08/blog-post_2.html

nova scotia trains | Amherst Nova Scotia

nova scotia trains | Amherst Nova Scotia

The only place where you can see two covered bridges at once in the Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick, Canada

The only place where you can see two covered bridges at once in the Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick, Canada

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