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September is a magical month in Nova Scotia.
We are still blessed with lazy and warm summer temperatures, but now find relief in cooler nights for sleeping. And after this years exceptional hot and humid summer, this is appreciated by local Nova Scotians.
This is the season of berry picking (and the blueberries this year are HUGE), sweet and tender corn for corn boils, and crisp fresh apples right off the tree. It is also Wine Festival time so head on out and take part in a grape stomp or visit a winery for a sampling of their latest products.
It is a great time for riding too, less traffic on the road and the bikes seem to like it a little cooler also.
There is lots of time for a weekend adventure and remember Gord’s Ride 4 the Cure, a Breast Cancer fundraiser, takes place this year from September 17-18th in Sydney, Cape Breton. Pre-registration is required so sign up and join 1,000 or so of your friends to ride the famous Cabot Trail for this great cause. More info at http://www.ride4thecure.ca
Hope to see you there or somewhere over the next few weeks as Mother Nature starts to work her magic and our landscapes transform into a multi-coloured wonderland!