Somewhere in Nova Scotia is heaven on earth.
Shutterfly has been marketing me heavily this fall and winter all of a sudden with all kinds of great offers. When they offered photo books with Unlimited Free Extra Pages, it was time to get off my ass, or actually to sit my ass down in front of my computer, and edit and select photos …
I finally was able to cross the border this past fall and came up for the month of September. A lot has happened up there in the meantime. Over 50 lots have changed hands. Prices have soared. New owners have started building, others have clear cut lots, much to my horror and in violation of …
Well, it’s official, even though a violation of our contracts and thus the law. Ralph Bayers now owns both the Green Building and the Brown Building. Both are taxed at commercial use rate.
Not literally. But sales and resales have exploded. Close to 50 lots have changed hands and maybe a dozen more are pending sales. This means lots of new owners and potentially lots of new homes being built. The introverts among us may not be too happy about the masses flooding in, and although I am …
A new lot has been created from our common lands. On September 27, I discovered on Viewpoint.com that a lot containing the green building was subdivided from the common lands and now has its own PID. Upon further research, I found that this lot is still owned by HarbourEdge.
Volume 3 of my collection of photos of this beautiful place. I hope we can keep it like it is. Photos from 2018-2019
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In order to make it as easy as possible for lot owners at Abbecombec to indicate their opposition to any potential abrogation by HarbourEdge of our license agreement regarding the common lands, such as subdividing and selling a portion to anyone, I’ve posted a form below for you to fill in and submit. The most …
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