The Out and About Nova Scotia Antigonish Calendar 2018 is now available with beautiful scenes of Antigonish Town and County. Enjoy Antigonish throughout 2018 with 13 photographs, This makes a great gift for anyone who has lived in Antigonish or to send to friends. Satin paper stock. 8 1/2″ by 11″. Coil bound. Photography by Denise Davies, Out and About Nova Scotia. The calendar is available at The Made in Nova Scotia Store, Main St. Antigonish $20Payment may be made with PayPal or credit card.
Set in a wooded gorge on Matheson’s Brook sits the Balmoral Grist Mill. It is amazing to see the fine workmanship and intricate gears and stone grinding wheels, levers and pulleys that work so seamlessly together to grind a variety of grains. The output is flour, oat meal and meal of different grades. You can picture the farmers or their wives coming by from their nearby farms in the area 140 years ago with a sack of wheat, oats or barley and having the miller grind it up for flour.
This article was originally published in The Casket Exploring Pomquet. The Casket June 18, 2015 http://www.thecasket.ca/archives/45730. This edition contains more photos and maps. Relax or swim on a sandy beach, browse fashions, enjoy an Acadian lunch and hike through woodsy trails all in beautiful rural Pomquet, Nova Scotia.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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