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Hello from Nova Scotia!

No, we’re not back from our honeymoon yet. I’m posting this from our motel room in Mabou, Nova Scotia. Today is our last day in Nova Scotia because this afternoon we’re going to hop on a ferry that will take us to Prince Edward Island, the land of Anne of Green Gables. We’re even going to stay in Cavendish where Anne was supposed to live.

Apart from my little incident in the bathroom last night which left my back and elbow feeling sore and tender, Nova Scotia has been a lot of fun. We drove through the Cabot Trail yesterday, which was fantastic. The trail has some of the most breathtaking sceneries I’ve ever seen in my entire life. Oh, and we saw Tom Selleck (you know, Magnum P.I.?) in Lunenburg last week. I even took a picture of him paparazzi-style. But you might have to wait until we get back from our honeymoon to see the picture. :)

Anyway, I’ve got to shower now before we head out to Caribou, Nova Scotia to catch the ferry. We might have some internet access at the place we’re staying at in Prince Edward Island but we’ll see. Until next update!

5 thoughts on “Hello from Nova Scotia!”

  1. you should check out two places in PEI,
    Malpeque Bay ( if you into windsurfing)
    and Singing Sands Beach on the East side of the island.

  2. I was biking around today (I live in Dartmouth) and was heading to Halifax when I was stopped by a traffic cop. At first I thought it was an accident, but it turned out to be the most recent Tom Selleck set. Quite a few movies are being set here now, in part because of the exchange rate and in part because we will do whatever is necessary to accomodate them. The Shipping News, among other movies, was shot here.

  3. OOH! neat!
    you should drop me a note if you’re going to be in Moncton – A blogger photo op is always fun!

  4. I’ve always longed to visit PEI! I read the Anne Books over and over as a girl (I inherited a well-worn copy of the first book from my own mom who loved the book as much as I did) and “Anne’s” History and Green Gables have become as real a place and memory to me as my own childhood. How wonderful you have gotten the opportunity to visit Cavendish. :-)

  5. oh man alive, Tom Selleck, trust me, you do not know the implications of you being so close to him and just how truely lucky and blessed you are. Seriously.

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