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Walk across the street from Keith’s Brewery to the Halifax waterfront boardwalk that follows the water’s edge alongside the world’s second largest ice-free harbour.
It may not have the name recognition of better-known Canadian cities like Toronto, Montreal or even Quebec, but as the birthplace of retired professional wrestler Rocky "Soulman" Johnson – father to none other than wrestler-turned-actor Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson – and as the place where parts of the films “Titanic” (cue Celine Dion) and “Jumping the Broom” were filmed, it’s safe to say that Nova Scotia holds its own as a noteworthy destination.
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Langille and his wife Bonnie, who own Golden Brook Farms in Malagash, are grateful for Sheffield's service.
"It gives you the opportunity to just go away and relax and know that there's nothing to worry about," said Langille.
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"She texted us every day to tell us how things were going.
It was great." The couple said friends have come in before to look after the farm and have done a great job, but they hated imposing on them.
He and his wife were able to go camping for a few days thanks to Kylynne Sheffield, a Nova Scotia woman who recently launched a farm-sitting business to help farmers get away.