After a great dive at Birchy Head, we wanted to try someplace new so we drove along the coast looking for an interesting place to get in the water. Unfortunately it was pretty rough that day and waves were crashing in pretty much everywhere. Eventually we gave up and decided to just go in at the first calm place we found (whether it looked interesting or not). This turned out to be East Dover. At least that's the name of the neighborhood. I'm not sure what the cove is called. It's just before the Peggy's Cove area. There's a fairly long, protected bay with little fishing boat docks here and there. We went in at a cement boat ramp and swam out over a sloping bottom with rubble and small boulders. This place reminded me of some shallow B.C. dives with it's bad vis (less than 10 feet), silty sand and bits of stringy plankton. Our maximum depth was around 30 feet. There were some lobsters (and lots of lobster traps) and groups of tiny shrimp. We didn't see many fish. There were quite a few old bottles and other junk lying around. I picked up an inkwell, a medicine bottle, some kind of old booze bottle and a tiny bronze hand pump. Despite the bad vis, I actually had a good time poking around for "treasures". Nova Scotia is full of little old fishing coves like this that would make for some interesting diving on stormy days.