Posts from ‘November, 2012’

Memory Lane Heritage Village

Journey back in time to the late 40s and early 50s, when life was simpler.  Memory Lane showcases life in these post war years.  You’ll see a traditional village store, learn about searching for gold, visit a one room schoolhouse, and you can chow down on a traditional meal of beans and brown bread!  And, […]

Howard Dill’s farm

Howard Dill’s Farm What do pumpkins and hockey have in common?  A visit to ’s farm will answer that question.  The late Mr. Dill was a genius when it came to growing these giant gourds.  Today, his son Danny, continues the family tradition, with a twist!  He likes to grow miniature pumpkins as well as […]

Burntcoat Head Park

A tide gauge has been keeping records of the tides here for more than a century.  When you visit Burntcoat Head Park and Lighthouse, you will see one of two extremes – the exposed bed of the Bay of Fundy, where you can roam for miles or a high tide that averages almost 60 feet.  […]

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