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CANADA Day at Pollett’s

We spent CANADA DAY on one of our favorite beaches!  We left Halifax on Friday afternoon and spent the night at Corney Brook before leaving for a couple nights at Pollett’s Cove the following day.  The cove features a 1000-metre, sandy beach at the base of a spectacular valley formed by the confluence of Pollett’s Cove Brook and another smaller stream. After joining about 1,000 metres above the beach, the streams flow down through a grassy meadow to the Gulf of St. Lawrence.

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