July 8, 2014

A ride in a dory was one of the things I had never done before visiting Shelburne, Nova Scotia. Paul Gart, boat builder and Milford Buchanan offered travel writers visiting the south shore of Nova Scotia a spin in a dory. It is amazing how small the boat is and how tiny you feel out […]

One of the highlights of my visit in Nova Scotia was a ride on Captain Ken and First Mate Sherri Taylor’s 44-foot Marine Trader trawler. As part of a group of travel writers that came to see the beauty of Nova Scotia’s south shore, there was no better way to revel in the beautiful Atlantic […]

The Cooper’s Inn Bed and Breakfast is a perfect stay in Shelburne reflecting the history of this coastal town. Built in 1784 just one year after the original Loyalists arrived, I loved the feel of the Inn located across the street from the ocean and right in the heart of the historic section of town. […]