Goodbye Port Perry, Hello Little Narrows

Well, what a turn my life has taken. I have been able to find a home to call my own again in  beautiful Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, in a charming place called Little Narrows on a channel of the beautiful Bras d’Or Lake.


It’s hard to realize that I’ve only been here for a little over 3 months (as of February 2017) because it feels like a lot longer. It was certainly a tumultuous upheaval moving from Port Perry and at the end of 2016 I wondered if I was ever going to get done with unpacking.


Thanks to Tina for coming to help organize and set things right. She was a wonderful help.

The people in Cape Breton have been so welcoming and wonderful. People came to say hello, bring me food and I feel a real community spirit here. Salt-of-the-earth, I call them.

Now winter has arrived and there are opportunities for many beautiful winter photo ops. I know, some people might say you’ve seen one snow shot, you’ve seen enough, but I can’t resist.



There is a peace to this beautiful, snowy landscape.

For now, I’m happy to be posting again. I’ll try my best to stay in touch.


About redbootsdancing

A recent migrant to Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, I find myself delighting in the view out each window, the variety of each day and the charm of having my own place again.
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