Before the official end of winter yesterday, the snow in the Annapolis Valley and the South Shore had mostly melted. A layer of ice, the remnant of sunny days and cold nights, was the last thing to leave our lawn; it took days to melt.
We enjoyed a March Break trip to the Valley, and waking up to these expansive views.
4 Replies to “The end of winter, Annapolis Valley”
Lovely pictures of a land emerging from winter. I visited my nephew in Paradise a few weeks ago when it was blanketed with snow. It was gorgeous, but cold. Very cold! I adore Nova Scotia, and am coming to live there when I retire later this year. Blogs like yours are a joy to look at!
Thanks so much, Lynne. I hope you have a lovely retirement in NS. Have you decided what area to move to?
I have an original oil painting of Peggy’s Cove Lighthouse I would like to post. How do I go about it?
Hi MaryAnn, I guess you figured it out using the Facebook Page. Lovely! Here’s a link to it. Thanks!