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Peter Cheney explores some little-known roads along the Bay of Fundy. For the full story, please click on the link below

Exotic ducks at Hennigar's Farm Market, on the Evangeline Trail between Wolfville and New Minas.

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Heading toward Kentville on the New Ross Road. The Annapolis Valley is home to the richest farmland in Nova Scotia.

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Looking out over the Gaspereau Valley from the Ridge Road near Wolfiville

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Gaspereau Valley near Wolfville

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Hills and varied curves make the Gaspereau Valley a great place to drive. Who wants a straight road?

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The Boates family farm in Woodville, Nova Scotia. The Boates runs a U-Pick orchard, and manufacture home made apple cider and vinegar.

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Peter Cheney's son Will swims in the surf in the Bay of Fundy, home of the world's highest tides.

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Fishing boats at Halls Harbor. The exceptionally tall piers are designed to cope with the Bay of Fundy tides, the highest in the world

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Fishing boats at Halls Harbor, a small fishing village set at the end of a beautiful winding road.

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The Annapolis Valley from the Lookoff, a popular sightseeing spot on Gospel Woods Road (Route 358).

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The beautiful, rocky coast along Black Rock Road, north of Woodville.

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Gaspereau Vineyards, on White Rock Road near Wolfville.

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Gaspereau Vineyards, on White Rock Road near Wolfville

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Sheep grazing along a Gaspereau Valley sideroad.

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The Gaspereau Valley is filled with a network of side roads that you can explore for days.

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Traditional Nova Scotia barn along White Rock Road.

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Looking toward Cape Blomidon from the Ridge Road near Wolfville.

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