Larry is a lobsterman and after he mentioned owning a couple of old cars we ducked out of the party, jumped into his minivan, and headed up the road to his barn. Where he swung open the door,
and backed out this 1930 Ford Model A convertible cabriolet.
Nova Scotia is full of surprises.
Lobster season on the Digby Neck runs from the last Monday in November to the last day of May, which is why you see a lot of Larry's gear in these photos. The lobster boats around here
are much bigger than the Maine inshore boats---they work way offshore, and through the winter, when conditions out on the Bay of Fundy are much rougher than in summertime.
We sped down to the wharf at Sandy Cove harbor. Larry opened another shed, and
backed out this 1966 Plymouth Barracuda.