Today we went to Highland Village in Iona, a living history museum about the Scottish settlers in Nova Scotia. Everywhere we went we were greeted in Gaelic, and told stories about the way of life on the island, starting with life in Scotland before the emigration.
As you can see I paid a lot of attention to the fiber arts. Every home had a spinning wheel and loom in the loft.
Bob’s Uncle Basil introduced us to Ruby the pig, the little flock of Suffolk sheep, and Myra the Clydesdale.
They even have Highland Coos, which we saw from a distance. Then he showed us some woodworking!
We had a great day on “the hill” and the weather was beautiful!