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Sunday, April 19, 2009

Halifax and Kejimkujik National Park, Nova Scotia

On our day off from research we went into town for the day... it was a little different because we have been in a fairly remote area of Nova Scotia called Cherry Hill, along the South Shores. There were so many neat things to see and do, some of which were closed because the tourist season starts in May.

On Sunday we went to Kejimkujik National Park for a 7 mile hike and to do a little research.

Below are a few pictures!

Enjoy,
Miss Beeman

Halifax



Our team on the board walk in Halifax, on a cool but sunny day













The turkey we saw driving to Halifax







The town of Halifax







The wharfs of Halifax











Tommy the Tugboat








Kejimkujik National Park



The waterfalls at Keji








Miss Beeman at Keji









300 year old hemlock trees in Kejimkujik National Park












The deer we saw at Keji




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2 Comments:

At April 21, 2009 at 1:04 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Miss Beeman,

We have a couple of questions for you...
Why and how did the national park get its name?

We also are wondering why folks are studying in Nova Scotia versus all of the other locations that could be chosen all over the world?

Thanks!

Mrs. Patel's class

 
At April 21, 2009 at 1:06 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Miss Beeman,

We have two inquiries for you...

How and why did the national park get its name?

Why are the studies being done in Nova Scotia versus all of the other places they could have gonein the world?

Thank you!

Mrs. Patel's class

 

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