Yesterday we got up early to go to the Outdoor Sports and RV show in Halifax.
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That’s where I go to take selfies with taxidermied animals.IMG_4136 IMG_4135

Afterwards we headed over to Peggy’s Cove. It was only -2 C but the windchill was about minus a bizillion. It was snowing and overcast. Here are a few shots:

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The sidewalk to the lighthouse isn’t maintained the in the winter. It was really icy, but you can’t go to Peggy’s Cove and not go give the lighthouse a hug!

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You also can’t go without take a selfie.20150307-DSC_0195

The wind was so cold on my face. Luckily I had the scarf Julie gave me for Christmas in the truck, saving my skin from freezing and falling off.20150307-DSC_0196

Just a barren wasteland of rock, snow, and ice beside the Atlantic Ocean.20150307-DSC_0197 20150307-DSC_0198 20150307-DSC_0199 IMG_4141

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The lobster season has already opened here. Here’s the Peggy’s Cove village wharf area.20150307-DSC_0204 20150307-DSC_0207

 

On the way home we saw a boat had sunk! I wonder if it was from the weight of the snow and ice on it?

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The Peggy’s Cove Lighthouse webcam has the last day of images saved, so when we got home, I rewound until I saw us on the cam 🙂

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