Thursday’s here, so that means, another week of Travel Photo Thursday! I have no idea where September went, and October doesn’t seem to be slowing down. Autumn has definitely arrived on the ROK. The nights and morning are cool and crisp. Daytime temperatures are still very pleasant. Rumor has it that there’s a typhoon heading our way. Waiting and watching to see what might happen on that front. With a storm approaching, today’s shot seems appropriate.
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In the 17 and 18th centuries Nova Scotia’s Mahone Bay was a major seaport. Today, many of the beautiful, old homes built by ship captains still exist, and many have been restored and maintained. If you ever visit, chances are you could find a B & B with a connection to one of these 17th/18th century sea captains. The photo below is one of the prettiest sea captain’s houses in this picturesque little town. The house has been restored and is well maintained. This particular property appears to be a private home. As I took the photo, I stood and closed my eyes, trying to imagine living here when the town was a bustling seaport 17th century seaport.
Should you visit, you’ll have no problem finding the house. It stands out proudly on the towns main street.
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