View of the Bluenose from King Street and Bluenose Drive. Lots of action Lunenburg dockside. Rose at the Fisherman’s Memorial – many a sailor claimed by the sea. Some fishing villages used to be dreary. Signs of fish – They went thataway!
Shortcut to the shops … Rose finds some propaganda.
Need a compass?
A foundry turned brewery.
There are several beautiful old churches around Lunenburg
The Temperance Fountain – “to quench the thirst of the customers and their horses and oxen at the nearby marketplace.
Another Lunenburg oddity: a piece of the Berlin Wall.
I’m progressively getting my pics up from our week to Nova Scotia – eventually showing our day on the Bluenose schooner. These are a few images of Lunenburg – a beautiful little town.
Wikipedia says: “The historic town was designated a United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Heritage Site in 1995. This designation ensures protection for much of Lunenburg’s unique architecture and civic design, being the best example of planned British colonial settlement in Canada. The historic core of the town is also a National Historic Site of Canada.”
Our digs in Lunenburg.
Just like home.
Life is tuff.
Celtic Circle of Protection
Never forget where you came from
A sailors (cowboys) breakfast: simple, tasty … elegant?
Next door …
Bluenose Lodge – Likely booked year round.
After breakfast we head directly to the pier to see if Bluenose is in …