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The Search for Boundary Rock

This week Philip Moscovitch takes us on a quest to find a piece of Maritime folklore that hasn't been seen in a century.

Earlier this spring Philip went along on a canoe trip, deep into Nova Scotia's Tobeatic Wilderness Area.

The group was searching for a huge piece of granite that marks the boundaries of four counties. It used to be a common sight, but now no one is entirely sure where it is.

And the group, led by Fredericton's Paul Maybee, hoped to be the first to find the Boundary Rock in at least a generation.

Listen to Boundary Rock

Boundary Rock Photos on Flickr

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