One of today's daytime projects: ice fishing! It's totally different from what we thought. It turned out to be the net fish in Figure 5. Anyway, I still had the hot and fresh grilled steak
The tour guide said that wherever you have touched fish, you have to rub the snow
Guess: Which room in the house is WC?
Hehe, in fact, it is the purple hut on the far left (other rooms have small chimneys). There is a very special one. It is not pumping water, but there is a plastic bag attached to it.
An immersive masterpiece of nature-Owens Nature Park The business card of the ancient city of Lunenburg was given the title of cultural heritage long before the birth of the post-95 generation. It is located about 70km southwest of Halifax, the capital of Nova Scotia in southern Canada. And a masterpiece of the sea is hidden in the ancient city-Owens Nature Park. Owens Nature Park is a natural park. After finally escaping from the hustle and bustle of the city, you will love this as you follow the steps. Taking a breath, he kept getting moist and refreshing into his nose, but unexpectedly cleansed his mind. Strolling along the edge of the cliff, you can see the blue sky. Silky cotton candy is splashed on it, wandering in the sky, it blends perfectly with the background color of the ripples. This must be a good place for a relaxing holiday. Not only that, it is called a natural park, but it also focuses on nature. Of course, there are also a variety of ordinary parks: there are RV campsites, camping sites, and barbecue stations. Of course, the most famous thing here is the tidal rock. Many natural tidal caves have been formed under the icy Atlantic ocean year after year and day after day. Follow the cliff-side plank road to the bottom of the cave, and you can see the truth in the cave. When I was on the scene, I knew how pale and powerless all words and imaginations were. I have to marvel at the supernatural craftsmanship and the power of nature. With the background board of the adventure, do you want to come on an adventure suddenly? Congratulations, there happens to be a legend here. Many people hold their dreams and go through hardships and come here to pursue gold mines. And now in this hot land, you might be able to find someone else's lifelong dream when you stroll along the beach~ Tips: 1: Tickets are 8 Canadian dollars 2: Every year, it is open from May to October. Don't eat closed doors, there are hardships. 3: 120km away from its provincial capital Halifax, it is recommended to rent a car. 4: The most famous is the sea tide rock, there is a plank road leading to the cave below it
The vast ocean in the old days of the gold mining field has a very old gold mine in this attraction, and I heard that there are some very small gold ore on this beach. If you are lucky, you may find it in this attraction. The most famous one is the sea tide rock here [Exploring Mysterious Caves] You can come to the caves here along the plank road along the seaside. There are some mining equipment in this cave. It used to be a mining cave. I still feel very comfortable in this cave, and you can see the specific shape of the tide rock. In this cave, it is very shady, and standing in the cave and looking out, you can see the very beautiful sea, and in this park There is also a gold mining museum, you can go there to take a look and increase your knowledge [the beauty of the sea] As a person who loves the sea, of course I want to feel the beauty of the sea here. Standing on the shore, just I can feel the blowing of the sea breeze, very relaxing. Listening to the sound of the sea like this, you will feel that the whole world is quiet. It is very beautiful. Standing here, you will feel particularly comfortable and you can see the distance. The seagulls hovered on it, making a pleasant sound. It is really suitable for taking pictures here. Address: Ovens Park Rd, Riverport, NS B0J 2W0, Canada Tickets: about RMB 42. Opening hours: May to October
The park is more like our Dongshan Island Park with a very good RV
Very beautiful park, a good place to escape the domestic smog. Canada always gives me many favorite places.