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lunch break......

lunch break……

lunch break......
This was a heavenly lunch! Some quiet “me” time away from home and work. Ipad, notebook, cup of tea and a delicious grilled veggie pannini! Yesterday I had to go to Mahone Bay to pick up a couple of paintings and on my way home, I stopped into the Kiwi Cafe in Chester. A bright cheery place, perfect for a relaxing lunch and a bit of time wasting. While I was there, quite a few locals popped in and had a chat whith each other. I get the feeling that a lot of regulars stop by.
Since I am now a vegan it is often hard to find something to eat when out. They were kind enough to add some extra veggies and take out the goat cheese. I would have LOVED to try the soup, tomato apple and celery but the veggies were sauteed in butter:( This vegan stuff is a bit awkward at times but I do feel great since jumping in. The cafe is also a bit of a wee shop too. Baked goods and lots of other interesting things to be had. In the summer you can sit outside on a wee deck. In fact…I watched Haven film their Christmas “special” episode from that deck one hot sunny day this summer!
lunch break......
I had to stop and take a picture of the water before I left. So serene. Chester is a place I could easily live. When I was a child I once found a quartz arrowhead on that little beach!
lunch break......
Chester’s annual Gingerbread Festival is on right now so many of the places are decorated with Gingerbreadmen! These happy musicians are up above the Fo’c’scle. Listed as Nova Scotia’s oldest rural pub! Must say, I’ve lifted a few in there:)
lunch break......

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About Shelagh Duffett

An artist and mum to a beautiful daughter. I live in the gorgeous province of Nova Scotia, Canada and write about bits and pieces of my life. Alice is the name of my grandmother, who was an amazing business woman and Paris is a city we LOVE. Art and tea are necessities!

 

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