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Living in another World

Ann and her husband live on a small island in Nova Scotia Canada called McNutts where they are the only year around residents.

"We found this old house, built by fishermen in the mid nineteenth century, while searching the internet for a portal into another world."

You can visit Anne (and her husband) at her blog Nova Scotia Island, learn more about their home here, and check out the restoration of the fish house adjacent to their home @ Tiny House Blog.
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19 comments:

  1. I wanna go to that world.
    Nice
    T

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  2. ...so wonderful...we love nova scotia. my ancestors are from that beloved place and someday i intend to return. thanks so much for sharing. xo, mickey

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  3. Wow, this is wonderful Maya! Thank you for introducing Ann and sharing her home!!

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  4. So beautiful. Think of the focus you could have in your life.

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  5. Hey how are you?? What a lovely post,never been there,shame on me in my own country too!! All the best,Chrissy

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  6. I loved her post about "what lies beneath" I grew up in a house with one of those old stone basements :)

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  7. OMG, that is so cool. I bet there's a lot of wind and some wicked gray winters there!

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  8. Gorgeous blue cottage and what a spot!

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  9. Thank you for your generosity, Maya - what a find! The house is almost as beautiful as that lady's face. I'll be checking out her blog as soon as I post this.

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  10. Oh this was fun! I love her blog, but I also fell in love with the Tiny House Blog. I've never cared for large homes for myself, I prefer smaller, now if I could just part with some of my "stuff" I would move into a tiny house. You know, something along the lines of a beach hut! lol

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  11. This is such a cute story! I love when people live a different life - break away from the norm and venture forth independently. It must be why I've always wanted to live on a boat - just make your own country from your own little surroundings... Great. Inspirational :) - Glad I found your blog. It's great.

    Cheers
    Holli in Ghana

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  12. It should be a lovely life there..

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  13. I'm a hermit. That type place would be perfect for me!
    Brenda

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  14. So close to my childhood home. I love that part of the world. Thank you for this.

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  15. Wow, that would be something to be the only year round residents on an island!

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  16. Lovely! A view and a white picket fence is all I need. :)

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  17. i always THINK that i would like to live that.....but, i don't know if i could in reality handle it.

    it sure is magnificent though!!

    nice food for thought

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