It was simply too beautiful outside to spend Good Friday inside. I’m home visiting my parents in Kings County, Nova Scotia, our province’s agricultural heartland and my family’s home going back hundreds and hundreds of years.

After dropping my mother off at church, I headed out for a short walk on one of Kentville’s trails. Like a lot of communities, the Town of Kentville has taken advantage of abandoned rail lines and converted them to multi-use trails for the community.

A lovely day for a walk along the red banks of the Cornwallis River:

If you’re in the area, check out some of Kentville’s beautiful trails (link to PDF).