Blue Beach was a first for me, but a well known walk for my friend Liz who lives in Windsor. Blue Beach has a tidal range of 16 meters and is known as a significant fossil location.
Everything about this beach is Nova Scotia – gorgeous landscape, water edging the landscape, and some fossils along the way!
Check out the rocks!
Check out the waterfall!
Icicles on the cliff!
The beach offers a beautiful view of Nova Scotia’s famous Cape Blomidon. You can see Blomidon way off in the distance in this picture!
This is a must see in Nova Scotia! Speaking of an amazing province…Liz and I had lunch at a winery, Bent Ridge with a view of a ski hill, Martock before we walked this beach! So, here in this province, within a reasonable driving distance – you can ski, visit a winery then walk a fossilized beach that is only one of two in the entire world! Just sayin… this is an awesome province! Kinda reminds me of a mini Europe!
Nova Scotian proud!