For the past eight years, Sandra Phinney has been thinking about—and trying to put into practice—what she’s learned about slow travel at home.
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You might wonder what there to do in a tiny community of about 300 people in Rigolet, the oldest Intuit community in Labrador. Plenty, as it turns out.
Whether you are a wanna-be paddler or have years of experience, there are lakes, rivers, and coastal areas in Nova Scotia to suit every skill level and interest.
Beaver Harbour, New Brunswick, was the first anti-slavery settlement in British North America, 80 years before the Emancipation Proclamation.
Known as the ‘crossroads for the world’, Gander, Newfoundland, has many surprises, including its food, culture and aviation history.
Sandra Phinney’s journey through Nova Scotia’s UNESCO Cliffs of Fundy Geopark, is a reminder that travel is often about letting things unfold.
Contributor Sandra Phinney recalls her times spent visiting folk artist Maud Lewis with her mother, and her continued legacy in Nova Scotia.