Mar. 20, 2020
Article by Elizabeth Royte, Smithsonian Magazine
It’s a glorious autumn morning on Brier Island, Nova Scotia, with birdsong in the air and the sun glinting off the rips of Grand Passage. Weathered clapboard and shingled houses line the island’s two principal streets, and chubby workboats—built for…
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