After catching our breath while waiting for the Maze Master, we bought beautiful fruit at the Noggins Farm Market.
Red Empress Pears
Then we headed to Port Williams, just a short 10 min drive, to a place I've wanted to visit for a couple of years.
You can buy some of their cheese at the local supermarkets. But look at what else is for sale ONLY at the fromagerie!
A beautiful selection of gelato including flavors like pumpkin, peanut butter and licorice. (They didn't have that one in the display case so I wasn't able to taste it; but I think it sounds divine!)
We had a quick stop at Tim Horton's to refuel with coffee and hot chocolate. Then it was off to Frenchies in Coldbrook. I mean, really!! You can't drive all the way to the Valley and not visit that Frenchies! It's the largest one in the province! It's part of Nova Scotia's valuable cultural heritage and, therefore, needs to be shared with people from out of province! (And those in province ..... or if it's someone's birthday ..... or if your cat just got neutered ..... or if you had your hair cut or clipped your toenails recently .....)