The snow arrived every weekend but instead of leaving by Monday it turned to ice and then came back the next weekend. Bottom line, by March the snow was higher than my back fence and the deck had a solid foundation of Ice that only left last week.
Despite the in climate weather I managed to take photos once the streets were ploughed then I could get on the road again.
Every day despite the snow and wind the local gathering of Crows and Ravens visit the woods behind my house.
Just before the ice froze in Wallace Bay this cormorant and his travelling companions were taking advantage of a last meal in Cumberland County before migrating South for the winter.
Island Road Malagash just before the frost blanketed the bog.
Oxford , the stream that flows into the River Philip.
Tatamagouche on a Quiet but cold walk on The Canada Trail.
The Canada Trail leading towards The Creamery Square.
Ferguson Brook and The Waughs River in March, the ice was breaking.
Middle Cove near Peggy’s Cove. I stopped for a Picnic Lunch on a cool day. It is always a pleasure to visit the small communities in our Province where fishing for a Good Living was once possible.
Peggy’s Cove, early morning before the tourists arrived.
Amherst Shore. A house that has many stories to tell .
Port Howe Barn. I have passed by this small farm on many occasions but this was the Day that I chose to photo the Barn.
On my drive from Amherst to Tatamagouche I captured this moment on the River Philip.
Ice almost gone for 2022, Barachois Harbour.
Spring has arrived despite the fact
that it is snowing again.
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