The Tangled Garden
This past weekend I visited Grand Pré, Nova Scotia and was transported into a small piece of heaven on earth. Situated in the small community of 5500 people is the peaceful gem called The Tangled Garden. I had been intrigued by its name and decided to investigate.
At the entrance is a small store full of luminous jars and bottles containing various jellies, vinegars, and liqueurs. The delicacies are created daily in small batches from the herbs grown in the surrounding garden. Admission into the garden is $3 per person. I had nothing to lose at that price.
Entering through a long archway of young blossoms I suddenly found myself transported into the magnificence of the Tangled Garden. The biggest blessing of the visit was checking one item off my bucket list - experiencing the meditative walk of their labyrinth.
Here are some shots from my most enjoyable visit to The Tangles Garden. (for more information click here )
Keywords: Grand Pré, Nova Scotia, Tangled Garden, flowers, jellies, labyrinth, liqueur, meditation, peace, sulpture, tourism
Beautiful pictures Lorna. I wish I could take you to the cactus garden and the caves in Lanzarote, you would have an absolute field day
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