Over study week (a week off in a University semester for students to study), I had the opportunity to spend some time with my Aunt and Uncle in Pictou, Nova Scotia.
Pictou, Nova Scotia is famously known as the birthplace of New Scotland, as it was home to the earliest Scottish settlements in Canada.
Below is an image of the Hector replica. Hector was the ship that brought the Scottish settlers to this new land in 1773.
Below is an image of the old, stone post office in Pictou. This historic building was once in the Guinness Book of World Records for having the only chimney window in the world. It is now condemned and home to a flock of pigeons.