|Plaque at Loyalist Park|
|Fishing boats in the harbor|
A short distance out of Digby it the Prim Lighthouse. A beautiful spot to sit and watch the bay, see the fishing boats and ferries enter and leave the Digby harbor or to enjoy the wildflowers.
|Prim Point Lighthouse|
|Entrance to Digby Harbor|
|Some of the shelving rocks the lighthouse was built to warn about.|
|Wind-blown trees along the coast.|
Not far up the coast from Digby is Fort Anne, Canada's first national historic site. It was a French fort built quite a bit before The Citadel. Not a lot of stone used here. It's basically an earthen works fort.
|The headquarters was undergoing some renovation.|
|Storage building made of stone and mortar. It's sunk into the ground to protect it from cannon balls. Looks like they might roll right over it.|
|Again with the steep sides. Any attacker would be out of breath when/if he reached the top.|
|Cannon placed on the walls could fire out to the river or sown along the ste\ep slopes of the embankment.|
After Fort Anne we again made our way back to our campground.