Exploring Nova Scotia, Keeping busy and active this summer

Our favorite time of year. Summer. We get out, we explore. We hike, I bike. They swim…I sometimes swim. It is a great time of year to keep a child who has ADHD busy.

We have been to several new spots this summer:

Tidal Pools
Great places to explore

Tidal Pools along the coast. This is just a ten minute bike ride from our home.

So much to explore
Exploring the coast even in the fog
Explorer at heart
Look what I found

Then we went to a local wildlife park:

Shubie 005
Add the wood to your bog
Tender
Eskimo kisses

The animals here have been hurt in some way and can never return to the wild. They are no longer afraid of humans.

Nesting box
Make your own

It was #DuckDay at Shubenacadie Wildlife park the day we went and there was ton of activities for her to learn about our environment. We were there about three hours and she had a blast. I included a link to their Instagram account. You can check out more information about them as well!

We are being tourist in our own beautiful province of Nova Scotia. I seen on an Instagram post that you are considered a tourist 60 km from your home. We are exploring our gorgeous province, one tourist spot at a time this year. I hope to check out some waterfalls this year that we haven’t been to before. Also want to return to Burnt Coat and Peggy’s Cove as well.

I’m getting out more this summer. Really enjoying it. Seeing new things and in her eyes makes me rediscover how beautiful our Province is.

If you would like to see more of our photos please check out my Instagram account

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Enjoy The Little Things

Leaf On Ice
Enjoy the little things in life.

Went for a winter walk with my Step daughter and the family dog. Just wanted to share some Photos of that walk.

My peanut
My peanuts
OH NO
I’m outta here
Rest time
Rest time
Raven
I got to close I guess
Prince of Wales Tower
Prince of Wales Tower, Point Pleasant Park, Halifax, Nova Scotia