The Butterfly Conservatory in Niagara Falls, ON
The Old Belfry in Lexington, Massachusetts (just outside of Cambridge/Boston)
Originally built in 1761, this site hung the bell used to ring the alarm in April 1775 to say the British were coming. Destroyed in a gale in 1909, it was rebuilt in 1910 by the Lexington Historical Society.
The Big Ceilidh Fiddle in Sydney, Cape Breton (Nova Scotia)
The Lexington Minuteman statue in Lexington, Massachusetts
This statue known as The Lexington Minuteman was originally meant to represent the common Minuteman, but has now become accepted as Captain John Parker. It is by Henry Hudson Kitson and it stands at the town green of Lexington, Massachusetts. It is not actually based on Parker’s appearance, as no known likenesses of him survive today.
The Old Town Clock, built in 1803, in Halifax, Nova Scotia
Lakie’s Head, Highland National Park, Cape Breton
Hiking in the Highlands National Park (Cape Breton, Canada) today and had a close encounter with a moose. For real. A MOOSE!
(The Old City of Quebec, Quebec)
The sunset over Lake Erie from Hwy 90 outside Buffalo, NY
The view from Ward’s Island in the Toronto harbour