Welcome to 
Summerville Nova Scotia
On the Banks of
The Beautiful Avon River
A Great Place to Live

This page was last updated on Nov 9, 2019


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Visit our home in Summerville. View the inside as well as the grounds.
Take a tour around Summerville
Our 1873 Home
A Tour Around 
Summerville NS
Take a tour of the 19'th century homes in Summerville
Visit Sharon's garden and watch the changes as the season progresses
Flowers that Sharon has grown in the past
A Tour of the Old Houses
of Summerville NS
 The Garden
From the Windows
of our home on a 
Rainy Day
A Nova Scotia Snow Storm Hits Summerville
Visit my Scenery page showing pictures of Summerville and area from the air.
This page is a brief history of Summerville and includes many old pictures
View the SS Rontundus and many more old pictures of Summerville
A Nova Scotia Snow Storm
Hits Summerville
Let your imagination
run wild and fly these
Virtual Airports located 
along the south 
coast of the 
Minas Basin in 
Nova Scotia
A Brief History of 
Includes many old 
pictures of the area
A Brief History of
Includes many old 
pictures of the area
Visit the Quarry in Kempt Shore. One of Sally's favorite swimming spots.
Doris and the 
The Avon Emporium 
have retired
and there is a new Inn 
and Cookery 
in Summerville,
The Flying Apron
Summerville and District
Volunteer Fire Dept
Welcome to OurShore.ca 
the online home for
residents and businesses
on the Hants County
The Quarry Park
at Kempt Shore
One of Sally
and Buddy's favorite


My favorite Dog pages

Visit Sally's page and see what goes on in a dogs life
Visit Sally first web page. She was a real cute puppy.
Buddy may look serious but he's really a lot of fun
For anyone that might be thinking of getting a dog this page is a must view
And you thought you knew why dogs didn't use computer. Click here and find the real  reasons.
Our Black Lab Sally
Sally is one of the smartest dogs I
have ever seen. 
Visit here favorite places and 
watch her play.
It seems so long 
ago but Sally was
a little puppy at
one time.
And of Course
Buddy is no
dummy either.
For anyone that
might be thinking 
of getting a dog this site is a must.
You thought you
knew why but check this siteand find 
the real reasons
Why Dogs Don't 
use Computers.



Over 27,000 Pictures of old cars
Take a Hiking tour to Cape Split Nova Scotia
A picture tour of the 64 remaining Covered Bridges of New Brunswick
Visit Nova Scotia's Covered Bridges of the past
John's Old Car and Truck Pictures
Take a Hiking Tour to Cape Split Nova Scotia
The Covered Bridges of
New Brunswick
The Covered Bridges
of Nova Scotia.
A tribute to the Steam Locomotives of the CNR
Your Railway Pictures.com
A complete all Canadian Railway website
A tribute to the Steam Locomotives of the CPR
A tribute to the Steam Locomotives of the CNR
A tribute to the Steam Locomotives of the CNR
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Julie's model covered bridge
Jerry Barnes' Garden Railway, The SCRR
The building trades class at Darlington HS in Darlington, Wisconsin built this covered bridge for a local business man
Julie and her father Gary built
a model bridge using
the plans on my Covered Bridge site for a school project.
The Old Railway Stations 
of Canada
Lilies From the Valley
A Vast selection of Oriental and Asiatic previously cut commercially grown bulbs ready for shipment anywhere in Canada
Historic Aircraft Pictures
The Morning Curlers at 
The Windsor Curling Club
Visit Lonnie Hedgepeth's
of Rocky Mount, North Carolina site. 
He has used the plans provided on my web page and is building a Covered Bridge for his Live Steam train

Something for the Home Builder

Check out the the pallet pages.
These three projects were built using recycled pallets

Building our new back porch. This porch was built the same way they were 50 years ago. Click here to find out why.
The Pallet Fence  This fence was built using recycled pallets
Building our new back porch. This porch was built the same way they were 50 years ago. Click here to find out why.
The Pallet Shed
Building our new 
back porch
The Pallet Fence
The porch project
is finished 
The Pallet Shed 
The Pallet Wood Shed
The Pallet Woodshed
Rebuilding the
75 Year old Old Outhouse

A few Web Sites that may interest you

Yes you can get a Jeep stuck, Really stuck, if you just half try.
An Australian Garden that is worth looking at
Sailing New Brunswick Canada from the Point du Chene Marina
See how New Brunswickers try to increase health care costs.
How to Get a Jeep Really Stuck
Visit the Aussie Garden. 
An Australian Garden 
that is worth looking at.
One of the nicest garden 
pages on the web.
Sailing New Brunswick
On the Good Ship
New Brunswick style
Summerville Beach Retreat
Quarterdeck Beachside Villas & Grill

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Today Summerville is a quiet community on the
banks of the Avon River but it has a very interesting past.
Founded  in 1784 by Captain John Grant, a United Empire Loyalists,
it was one of the major shipbuilding centers on the
Minas Shore and a important gypsum producer.
It had two very active wharfs which the remains of are still visible.
At it's height it was the major employer in the area.

Summerville and Area

A Wee Bit about us, John, Ann, Panda and Maggie