Walking to Annapolis Royal – Part IV

Tupperville to Round Hill

DSCN5535Long walk yesterday, but really close to the Annapolis River for a good bit of the walk.  Despite rain all week, we had sun and 25°C – really hot on the gravel!  All along  this path there are cultivated fields and abandoned fields.   We saw some cherry trees in the woods – with cheeries – not quite ripe, but sweet.  Maybe we’ll go back.


Wharf  Road where the walk ended,  finishes at a provincial historic site (on highway 201) marking Pierre Thibodeau, an early Acadian in Nova Scotia.  It is just a patch of green space, a pleasant place to wait for our ride to pick us up.  Thibodeau settled here in 1651 and set up a grist mill on the Round Hill Brook.

DSCN5579Check out the map for exact directions.


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