National Geographic : 1965 May
Little Harbour,Nova Scotia, Pop. 180. Except in summer. This tiny village hugs the Eastern Shore; its princi pal industries are fishing - and summer visitors. All along Nova Scotia's 4,600 miles of coastline, in almost every cove or headland, are villages like Little Har bour, or Upper Musquodoboit, Tata magouche, Chimney Corner and Middle West Pubnico. Each has its own history, salted with the legends and lore of Nova Scotia's cherished maritime traditions. This summer, when you explore the sea-girt high ways of Canada's Ocean Playground, you'll discover them for yourself. Nova Scotia is a beguiling province. Along with the natural beauty of the landscape, of highland glen, seashore or gentle valley, you'll find the lush greens of 23 golf courses, the wide spread beaches, the beckoning blue Atlantic waters. You'll be well looked after in summer resorts, modern motels and cottages by the sea. You'll enjoy Nova Scotia's bill of fare, liberally supplied with fresh lobster, Digby scallops and Atlantic salmon. Come down to sea-faring Nova Scotia this summer. For an inviting pic ture preview, simply mail the coupon. THE PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA Canada's Ocean Playground SFor free, illustratedliterature, write to the: Nova Scotia Travel Bureau Box 130, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Name. .. .. NB-5 -65 Address . City/State_ .. .. ... ... ....- . ...-..-. Zip Code.__ .. -. .. ___ Other information offices located at: 30 W. 54th St., New York 19, N.Y .; 607 Boylston St., Boston 16, Mass.; 43 Eglinton Ave. E ., Toronto 12, Ont.; Central Station, Montreal, Quebec.