S. Worthen (owlfish) wrote,
S. Worthen
owlfish

Nova Scotia's Informative Signage

Every museum, nature center, and informative plaque by the side of the road is called an "interpretive center" in Nova Scotia.

We never had a problem staying on a route or road. We often had problems finding our way to any other route (but never for very long).

Every town has a tag line, prominently displayed on the "Welcome to our town..." signs outside every town and village, except for those right around Halifax. Most were historic or touristically-oriented. My favorite was for the town of Port Mouton: "Sheep Overboard!"
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