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In Pictures: The roads of Nova Scotia's Annapolis Valley

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

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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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