On our way to Lunenburg, we couldn’t resist revisiting an iconic Canadian landmark – Peggy’s Cove Lighthouse. Almost two decades had passed since our last visit during a road trip through Nova Scotia. As we approached, the lighthouse stood tall against the strong winds and crashing waves.
The ocean waves and currents slowed down the movement of our sailboat, and we decided to spend the night in Northwest Cove, where we sought shelter from the expected strong North-west wind. It was there, in Northwest Cove, that we marvelled at the picturesque fishing village under the soft, magical glow of the full moon and the promise of a new day with the bright light of the rising sun.