Earlier this year, I delivered a load of fiberglass rolls (the stuff that is wound around a form to create hulls, similar to stretch wrapping a group of boxes) to a boat maker in Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia.
This is a very picturesque town on the waterfront. With a surprising look of a tourist town. While I was there in the off season, it was still wonderful to find such a tiny place. It marks high on my list of places to visit in Canada when I’m on my own dime and not driving for work.