Following a very interesting career in politcs from 1988 to 2008, I am taking a new direction and wanted to update my webpage to reflect this.
I have for sale a 1953 British Ford Prefect 4 door. It has 46,000 miles on it and enjoys its original upholstery in excellent condition. It has a four cylinder flathead engine with 36 HP and three speed transmission on the floor. It is very dependable and starts every time.
The Prefect has all of its original upholstery, glass and mechanical components. I had it repainted five years ago, and I installed a full set of new carpets . It has new tires on it. It was stored in an old church for a couple of decades prior to my buying it.
The car attracts attention wherever it goes and is always a hit with car enthusiasts…..and those who aren’t car enthusiasts. I am asking $12,000 for the Prefect.
Call me at home 902 667 0882 or email me firstname.lastname@example.org
After owning it for 46 years, I am going to sell my 1965 Mustang GT Fastback.
If there is one symbol of our province of Nova Scotia, it is the schooner Bluenose. On September 29 , 2012, the rebuilt Bluenose was launched in Lunenburg with great fanfare. It was a moving moment when she slid into the water and all of the Nova Scotians present felt quite a charge of pride.
We trailered our boat to Lunenburg for the Bluenose launch the day before the event. We were welcomed at nearby Feltzen South Marina where we tied up over night in order to be ready early the next morning for the launch.
Early in the morning on September 29, several boats left the Port of Feltzen South and made their way over to Lunenburg Harbour for the big event. Perhaps it was appropriate that the weather was cloudy with a little rain, but during the time the Bluenose actually slipped into the water, the rain held off.
Dozens of boats were able to hover around the launch area and thousands of people were on the shore to witness the launch. Some other interesting ships in the harbour included the Sea Shepherd, the Picton Castle, and the Farley Mowatt. All around, it was a great day for Nova Scotians.