The Lake viewed from the garden on a promising September Morning.
Temperatures later rose to over 72 degrees.
The lake is recognised as an important scientific area, due to the fact that it contains relict water fauna.
The cottage garden and wood shed. The grounds are regularly mown in the immediate vicinity
of the cottage and it is left wild in other parts, to attract insects, birds and small wildlife.
The woodland is mixed deciduous and evergreen with a wide variety of trees, including fruit trees.
Apple pie tonight?
Nestled in over a hundred Acres of unspoiled countryside on its own 3.75 Acre plot, the property
offers the chance to get away from the strains of modern life and whilst secluded, the cottage is not
remote, being on the Digby Neck and Islands scenic route, which leads to to Long Island and Brier
Island via the government run ferries.
The cottage sits up high and overlooks Lake Midway.
There is a deck at the rear of the house for eating outside on warm summer evenings.
There is also a portable gas barbecue, a table and chairs with shade, two reclining garden chairs and a mountain bike which guests can use at their own risk.
It is a legal requirement to wear a cycle helmet in Nova Scotia
The gnarly old pear tree and its neighbour (neighbor), the Canadian Maple