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Halifax redux

Friend Brucie suggested downloading manually from the camera – I’d tried it before, but this time it worked! Here are a few of the Nova Scotia shots. Click to enlarge. 

 A lobster roll. Divine. $6.00.

 The dahlia festival at the Halifax Public Gardens.

Point Pleasant Park.

I’m sorry, couldn’t resist – there are no red squirrels in Ontario.

The Scarecrow Festival in Mahone Bay – Little Red Riding Hool






2 Responses to “Halifax redux”

  1. Anonymous says:

    There are red squirrels in Ontario, Beth. A family of them live at my brother's in Burlington. Many people mistake them for chipmunks (we have them as well). Those little squirrels are incredibly fierce. Lani

  2. galfromaway says:

    There are red squirrels in Bon Echo Provincial Park, and in areas of Ontario like that. They've got big time attitude – don't try to feed them like a chipmunk. I met someone who got a good bite from one!

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