Many visitors to Peggy's Cove ask, "Who was Peggy?" To find the answer, visit Peggy's Legend and if your couriosity still isn't satisfied, email email@example.com with your questions and he will do his best to answer them.
Peggy of the Cove was the title given to the sole survivor of a shipwreck on Halibut Rock, Nova Scotia, near the famous fishing village, Peggy's Cove. Her story is being developed from legend to reality through song, books, dolls and museum by local author, artist, photographer and storyteller, Ivan Fraser.
Peggy of the Cove & Peggy of Peggy's Cove
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Was Peggy of Peggy's Cove Real?
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We recently travelled to NS and visited Peggy's Cove, where we bought your first book of Peggy of the Cove. We returned home to Ontario and both my husband and I quickly read it. We were both captivated with it and could not put it down. We went on your website and realized that you had a second one, which we ordered from our local bookstore here in Pembroke, ON. We received it Friday and it's now Tuesday and my husband and I have both read it. It was excellent and we hated to see it end. I've been an avid reader for years but my husband does not usually spend much time reading, but he could not put them down. We just wanted to congratulate you on two wonderful books and would love to read more of your work.