Nova Scotia

We recently visited Antigonish, Nova Scotia, to watch some women's hockey. (My daughter's team was playing in a tournament at St. Francis Xavier University.) While there, I had the opportunity to do a few drawings near the town. This was one of the views in Pomquet, an Acadian area about 10 kilometres from Antigonish. It was founded in the 1770s by a group of five families who made the journey from St. Malo, France.

Nova Scotia has many forests, rolling hills and ocean beaches. The coast near Pomquet faces the Northumberland Strait and lies opposite Prince Edward Island.

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