Tag Archives: history

Kejimkujik Petroglyphs Fading Fast

A serpent shaped petroglyph from Kejimkujik
We had the good fortune of being invited to White Point for the summer solstice to watch a sunrise ceremony and learn about Kejimkujik Petroglyphs. This is an important time in many cultures, including Mi'kmaq.  To celebrate the beginning of summer, Elder Todd Labrador led us in a sunrise ceremony at the beach, that included a… Read More

Lanes Privateer Inn – Liverpool, NS

Lanes Privateer Inn Places to Eat Liverpool Nova Scotia Hell Bay Brewery
Ever since our first visit together two years ago, Lanes Privateer Inn and Restaurant has become our favourite place to grab a bite and a pint in Liverpool. It has a great location, a strong history, great food, local ale, and the prices are just as easy to swallow as the food. But Lanes really came to… Read More