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We had just sailed across the Northern Atlantic from the British Isles, stopped off in Reykjavik, Iceland, then made landfall in Halifax, Canada. From Halifax in Nova Scotia we took an excursion bus approximately an hour's distance to Peggy's Cove. The lighthouse in Peggy's Cove is the centerpiece of the tiny fishing hamlet (population 640). The town is named after the only survivor, Margaret (or "Peggy) of a schooner that ran aground and capsized in 1800. As we walked through the fishing village, the bright red boat created an eye-catching focal point.

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