Port Geoge Provincial Park Nova Scotia
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Port Geoge Provincial Park Nova Scotia

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Port George Provincial Park is at N44.992435 W65.180855 Between the camera position and the white house in the background, is the 45th parallel. The tide is close to low.

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Text by Steve Smith.

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