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How Green Is The Valley by George Cousins
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The Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia, Canada, runs parallel to the Bay of Fundy, protected on each side by North and South Mountains. Settled back in the early 1700’s, the Valley is rich,fertile farmland, noted especially for it’s apple crop, though many other fruit orchards abound, along with many types of vegetables.

July 3, 2007
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annapolis valley, nova scotia, canada, farms, orchards, apples, george cousins, fruit farming

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  • David Davies
    David Daviesover 3 years ago

    Damn that looks familiar, George! lol Super picture!

  • It was taken from the Lookoff up at Canning, on North Mountain. Every time we go down we end up there and at Blomidon. Old Glooskap must have a spell on us..:)I lived just outside Greenwood back in 1959-61, loved the Valley!

    – George Cousins

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