Cape Breton Photo of the Week: Great Egret

L’Ardoise, Cape Breton Island – Thank you Jamie Boulet for sharing this photo! Jamie sent this photo of a Great Egret from the Heron Family. The egret most likely came to Nova Scotia as a result of a wind storm blowing the bird off course. The Great Egret is common in the southern United States. Read More …

Cape Breton Photo of the Week: L’Ardoise

L’Ardoise, Cape Breton Island – Thank you Jamie Boulet for another awesome photo! If you’d like to keep track of the weather conditions in L’Ardoise, located on the southeast shore, check out the Cape Breton Living webcams by clicking on this link: http://www.capebretonliving.com/webcam/ or simply clicking on the Cape Breton webcams link on the Menu Read More …

Cape Breton Photo of the Week: Clouds – L’Ardoise

L’Ardoise, Cape Breton Island – Another shot of those clouds. Makes an awesome background. We could walk for miles when the weather is like this, no wind, blue skies and big fluffy clouds! If you’d like to keep track of the weather conditions in L’Ardoise, located on the southeast shore, check out the Cape Breton Read More …

Cape Breton Photo of the Week: Messy Road

Chapel Cove Rd L’Ardoise, Cape Breton Island – It’s a messy road, but it is passable. If you’d like to keep track of the weather conditions in L’Ardoise, located on the southeast shore, check out the Cape Breton Living webcams by clicking on this link: http://www.capebretonliving.com/webcam/ or simply clicking on the Cape Breton webcams link Read More …

Cape Breton Photo of the Week: Pond Skating

L’Ardoise, Cape Breton Island – Skating on the pond. The ice looks as good as it can ever be, with temperatures well over 0C, bright sunny day and no wind! How lucky are we to have this pond right in our back yard. If you’d like to keep track of the weather conditions in L’Ardoise, Read More …

Cape Breton Photo of the Week: L’Ardoise Chapel Cove

L’Ardoise, Cape Breton Island – A  day at the beach, but not in our bathing suits. Winter jackets yes. The shore in Chapel Cove was a little rough, a few days after a wind storm of 100+ km/h gusts. If you’d like to keep track of the weather conditions in L’Ardoise, located on the southeast Read More …