We woke up in Lunenburg to another lovely day. We called a taxi and went to the LDS Church in Bridgewater, NS which is about 25 minutes from Lunenburg.
The Davison’s charming home was originally built in 1830. They have renovated and updated it and it is wonderfully warm and cozy. After lunch they were kind enough to drive us around Mahone Bay and then back to Lunenburg, with sight -seeing all along the way. How kind of them. We then had fun visiting on the boat for a couple of hours. Thank you so much Roger and Anna!
Roger and Anna Davison with Cari.
Approaching the town and harbor of Mahone Bay.
One of three churches almost next to one another in Mahone Bay.
We saw many lovely and often quaint homes in Mahone Bay such as this one.
Driving through the town of Mahone Bay.
Low tide in Mahone Bay.
Another attractive home looking out over the bay.
A 6-7 foot tide shown low here.
Sailing certainly is very popular throughout Nova Scotia and especially in this area.
A yacht club across the bay near the town of Mahone Bay.
The area is dotted with small islands.
Back in Lunenburg, this is the oldest Anglican church in Nova Scotia. We were told the inside is stunning.
On top of the highest hill in Lunenburg is this stunning structure…a local school called Lunenburg Academy.
Along the Lunenburg wharf.
Driving with the Davisons in Lunenburg we came upon this magnificent large hedge of rose bushes in full bloom. Wow!
Spectacular Lunenburg as seen from the golf course across the bay.
Our dear friends John and Sue Dietrich drove in from Halifax. We visited for a couple of hours and then had a delicious dinner that Cari cooked for us onboard the boat. Linguini Alfredo, Swiss chard, corn on the cob and fresh strawberries and blueberries for dessert. Yummy! What a fun day.