Geocaching Sites in the Annapolis Valley

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Caution Clarence Cliff  
Please be aware that a nasty man traps and snares coyotes and bobcats along the route to Clarence Cliff. I own property nearby and have asked him to …

The Look out in Granville Ferry Not rated yet
To all Geocacher's in the area. Please Note: The lookout in Granville Ferry in front of the church is private property. There is no longer a geocache …

A Haven Called Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia Not rated yet
For those who haven’t been into Annapolis Valley, I would love to share you a short memoir of what is known locally as the North and South Mountains. From …

My cemetery experience Not rated yet
Hi, I've been working on a huge project on cemeteries in Annapolis County. I'm photographing all the headstones in their entirety. Hubby & I were in …

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For many years the large, slow moving rodent, porcupines were a protected species in Nova Scotia.

Abundant in Nova Scotian coastal waters, Pollock is commonly retailed as Boston Bluefish.

The first regular ferry crossing between the important seaport of Saint John and Nova Scotia's fertile Annapolis Valley was by the "Sally" in 1784.

In 1838 an ice bridge formed across the Annapolis River enabling people to cross to and from Granville and Annapolis Royal, but it broke up on the returning tide leaving most people stranded on the wrong side.

A native of Welsford in the Annapolis Valley, Alfred C. Fuller established a door-to-door sales empire which gained international success and still bears his name.

In 1956 a bag of Roasted Peanuts would cost you .35 cents a pound; Mixed Nuts - .49 cents a pound; and Moirs' Fresh made Chocolates - .89 cents a box.

Until 1803 the Annapolis Valley community of Lawrencetown was known as Dunn’s Mills.

The very first Queen Annapolisa, Queen of the Apple Blossom Festival in 1933, was Mary Armour representing Middleton.

The Sissibo Sizzler Flume Ride was one of the original rides at the Upper Clements Park and was purchased for $450,000 from Expo ’86 in Vancouver.

Hick’s Ferry & The Bridge are two names that used to be used for the community of Bridgetown.

The first steamer believed to have carried apples was the "Neptune" which sailed from Annapolis Royal in 1881 for England. It is said it took 14 days for this voyage.

The "Dukes of Kent" were a well-known music group from Kentville, Nova Scotia that played Barbershop music.

In 1981 a big snow storm hit the valley bringing several feet of snow and high winds. One road going to Victoria Beach waited three to four days before it was finally opened up by a very large snow blower, brought down from Cape Breton.

Ships that carried illegal booze during prohibition were called Rum-runners

"Figgy duff" is a boiled pudding with raisins in it.

The minimum wage for workers over 18 in Nova Scotia in 1985 was $4.00 per hour.

On July 28, 1921 the temperature at the Annapolis Train Station at 1 p.m. was 93 degrees in the shade, which was a new record for that day.