Nova Scotia is jam packed with picturesque coastline. No matter which part you happen to find yourself in, you’re never more than a short drive from beautiful scenery. If you’re ever here, do yourself a favour – hop in a car and go for a drive. The best time (in my opinion) is about two-hours before sunset. Pick a coastal route and enjoy.
For today’s post, I took a drive through Hubbards, NS. Part of the Aspotogan Peninsula, Hubbards is a typical Nova Scotian community. Hubbards is very rural; beaches, fishing boats, and spectacular views are common in this area.