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Meat Cove, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia
Canada

The name Meat Cove probably comes from when fishing fleets used the natural protected cove to come ashore and hunt moose to replenish their supplies. The name Meat Cove, came from the smell of cooking meat that sailors could catch down wind as they approached the cove from many miles away. The cove was a place to lay away and hunt and get fresh water before sailing on. (Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meat_Cove,_Nova_Scotia)

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