Tin Can Beach

In today's Peace is Nature podcast episode, Ann from Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada joins us again. She sits at one of her favorite spots near her house on the Bay of Fundy. She notices the birds, the water, and the rocks. I really appreciate how she shares her personal stories about losing her husband, and that nature has provided so much solace to her since then. It is extremely inspiring to me. I also enjoy her knowledge about the local area, especially the nearby island where Irish immigrants were quarantined before allowing to come to the mainland.


Listen to the episode here.


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