Photo Essay: A Glimpse of Nova Scotia
Words & pictures by Deborah Loeb Bohren Canada’s Nova Scotia was a mystical place to me growing up. My parents often spoke of Peggy’s Cove and a hand colored photograph taken by my dad of a local fisherman hung proudly in our living room. It took me more decades than
Anita Stewart’s Canada: Circumnavigating Newfoundland
Story & photos by Anita Stewart “Come over for a scoff and a scuff. “ It was an invitation to a meal and a very real party. It was also the beginning of a voyage into the heart and culinary soul of one of Canada’s most captivating regions. With the
Anita Stewart’s Canada File: The Real P.E.I.
By Anita Stewart The real Prince Edward Island begins where the pavement ends. Map numbers seem to indicate highways and they always do lead somewhere, perhaps a hard-packed beach where you can walk alone for miles or a sandstone shoreline sparkled with sea glass. But even with official-looking highway markers,
Anita Stewart’s Canada File: Rossmount Inn, St. Andrews-by-the-Sea, New Brunswick
Story & photos by Anita Stewart Don’t move a mountain, buy one! Often it’s great innkeepers who share the successes of their friends. In this case, it was Bill Bennett of Langdon Hall Country House Hotel, a Relais et Châteaux member in Ontario who guided me to Rossmount Inn. At