Morning Dove Gray complements the amazing views of Lake Bannook from this Dartmouth Condominium. Even on a foggy winter day, it was bright inside. You can see how the gray changes slightly with different amounts of light.
A great part of a summer in Cape Breton is travelling around the island taking in all of the festivals and markets. These strawberry squares were given to my daughter by a lady at the Marion Bridge market. She couldn’t decide between chocolate and strawberry so the kind lady working there insisted she take both. Benjamin Moore colours: Colonial Brick, Deep Carnation, Springy Peach, Mixed Fruit and Sweet Taffy.
We took this photo on a lobster boat off the coast of Main-a-Dieu. We have a family tradition of sending husbands-to-be out on the sea for a morning of lobster fishing on the high seas. My brother-in-law (he made it home alive), snapped this during his adventure. Benjamin Moore colours: Ash Blue, Galapagos Blue, Venetian Gold and Coppertone.
Colours of Nova Scotia – Wild Blueberries
We have a favourite spot for picking blueberries in Cape Breton. It’s a community pasture in Mira, and we loaded up on them before we headed to the mainland for the winter.
Colours: Benjamin Moore’s Hibiscus, Cherry Wine, Silver Streak, and Lilac Haze
Pretty in Pink and Polka Dots
Some Pictures of a recent mini renovation of a powder room. The walls are Benjamin Moore’s “Teacup Rose”, and the polka dots are from Target’s RE collection of wall decals. We’ll add more photos when the wall shelving and mirrors are put in place.