Tied up along the wharf in the town of Digby, found along the Evangeline Trail in Nova Scotia, Canada, are a mass of colorful fishing boats. At low tide, the wharf stands high out of the water and some of the owners of the fishing boats must climb down the ladder to board their vessel.
The town of Digby, Nova Scotia has a livelihood which relies on fishing and many locals spend day after day in the Bay of Fundy making a living. Fishing is the main source of income in Digby with tourism being the second and lumber being another way of life.
This small town of 2,300 has extra berths at the marina for guests wanting to visit this unique town along the Evangeline Trail where there are restaurants, stores and hotels which are easy to reach on foot. One of the best types of food to try when visiting Digby are the scallops. The fishing boats are loaded with them and many know that this town has also been named the "Scallop Capital of the World".... continue below the picture...
Fishing Boats tied up at the wharf in the town of Digby, Evangeline Trail, Highway 101, Digby Neck and Islands Scenic Drive, Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia, Canada.