What if Nova Scotia was represented in a box of crayons? What colours would you choose? What is your favorite colour? Add a colour of your own to the poll at the bottom of this post!
My favorite colour: Sea Glass Brown or Lunenburg Red or Digby Pines Green, maybe Citadel Hill White…
Crescent Beach Blue
Crescent Beach in Lunenburg County is one of the few beaches in Nova Scotia where you can drive your vehicle.
With this many hectares devoted to a National Park, this is the place to explore your wild side.
Cabot Trail Red
The Cabot Trail is breathtaking anytime, but autumn is art inspiring.
Sea Glass Brown
Sea Glass can be found on many beaches and brown is probably one of the more popular shades.
Sea urchin Green
Sea urchins are a favourite food for our seagulls, you will find the empty shells when beach combing. Be careful they are very delicate.
Have you ever eaten a quahog burger? Only in Nova Scotia! We like them best in rapure: a traditional Acadien Dish found on the French Shore.
Digging clams in Nova Scotia is fun and delicious.
Nova Scotia mussels are found on menu’s everywhere. For a recipe http://myatlanticrecipes.wordpress.com/2010/05/29/flex-your-mussels/
Apple Blossom Pink
Apple Cheeks: Apple Pie : You’re the apple of my eye!
The Annapolis Valley Apple Blossom Festival takes place May 25, 2011 http://www.appleblossom.com/
Carters Beach Sand Silver
One of the best kept secrets on the South Shore! Find directions here. http://www.destinationsouthwestnova.com/plan-your-trip/
Drowned Forest Green
This forest is 1500 years old!
Whale Tail Blue
Whale watching is available throughout Nova Scotia. Brier Island, Cape Breton, Halifax to name a few.
Shucked Oyster Pink
Fresh oysters are widely available throughout Nova Scotia.
Maple Sugar Moon Amber
Ski Hill White
Martock, Ben Eion, Wentworth to name a few.
Strawberry Jam Red
We found these at the Farmers Market in Liverpool, also home to the Orange Rangers and the Liverpool Privateers.
Mulgrave Cliff’s Purple
Peggy’s Cove is the only working post office lighthouse in Nova Scotia
Digby Scallop Shell Pink
Digby Scallop days begin on August 4th,2011.
Kayak Wave Blue
Pick a spot any spot in Nova Scotia and go for a paddle.
Lobster Buoy Orange
Lobster Season is open in Nova Scotia!
Mahone Bay Scarecrow Black
The Scarecrow Festival is an annual event in Mahone Bay.
Valley Pumpkin Festival Orange
Lupin’s are a roadside feast for the eyes.
Piping Plover Grey
Eaten from a bag bought roadside is best, as a snack. We also flavour soups and tear it into strips and add to rice or a salad.
Exhibitions throughout Nova Scotia.
Blandings Turtle Yellow
Volunteer through friends of Kejimkujik to help protect the Blandings Turtle.
Lady Slipper Pink
Nova Scotia wild flowers:remember not to pick them!
Citadel Hill Tower White
White Point Bunny Brown
Digby Pines Green
Acadien Flag Red
Explore our exciting and wonderful cultures. https://novascotialocal.wordpress.com/2010/08/26/festival-acadien-de-clare-2010/
Find the Bluenose at home in Lunenburg.
Bring a camera and a sense of adventure for a visit to Lunenburg.
Yarmouth Fishing Fleet Blue
Bay of Fundy Cape Split Red
Paint your hike any colour you like.
Pitcher Plant Red
A protected species found in kejimkujik Seaside National Park.