The end of winter, Annapolis Valley

Annapolis Valley view, March 14
Looking from Lower Canard towards the Canard River and the South Mountain, March 14, 2011

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.

Vinyard in Lower Canard
Vinyard in Lower Canard, March 14, 2011

4 Replies to “The end of winter, Annapolis Valley”

  1. 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!

    1. Thanks so much, Lynne. I hope you have a lovely retirement in NS. Have you decided what area to move to?

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