Saturday, October 22, 2011

Felzen South, Nova Scotia

I was there a couple of weeks ago, and took a few photos.  Felzen South is the village my Mom was born in, and her Mom grew up there.  My grandmother was a Spindler, and the Spindlers were in Felzen South since the foreign protestants from Germany settled there in the 1750's.

Here's the beach at Spindler's cove, which is right in Felzen South.  The sand there is black.  They get lots of sea glass washing up there, pieces of broken glass that have been smoothed by the movement of the ocean.  You can see Lunenburg and Blue Rocks on the distant shore.

Here's the cemetery, it's right on the water.

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