What exactly, you may ask, were Brody and Brandon Jenner doing in Nova Scotia? No offense to the Maritimes, but you’d expect people like the Jenners to stick to the west coast, where the sun is bright and the weather is warm.
But nope, the two brothers posted a bunch of photos and set social media on fire as they traipsed their way through part of Nova Scotia. Turns out they were coming here to surf (yes, there were big waves expected as the remnants of Hurricane Joaquin churned off the coast), but their flight was diverted to Moncton, NB after a power outage at the Halifax airport.
Eventually the duo landed and proceeded to go on a mini-trek of adventures. On Monday, Brody and Brandon posted a photo in what appears to be Lawrencetown, NS (according to multiple sources online). A rural town but close to the ocean, the beaches nearby offer some pretty gnarly waves.
Great day of surf today in 🇨🇦 #brothers @brandontjenner A photo posted by Brody Jenner (@brodyjenner) on
Next up, Brody posed atop a life-sized moose statue in Cow Bay. Also known for its amazing surfing, the small town lit up on social media, with Instagram users commenting “wow literally 5 minutes from my house” and “Coming off a 12 hour night shift in the dirty oil field to find out Brody Jenner was back home in Nova Scotia….ill be needing to pour myself a beer and sleep off the devastation.”
Just moosing around. 🇨🇦 A photo posted by Brody Jenner (@brodyjenner) on
The brothers even went to a pizzeria on Monday night — Salvatore’s Pizzaiolo Trattoria in Halifax — where, surprisingly, they weren’t inundated by fans nor bothered by the restaurant’s staff. We suppose it is Canada, eh? But Canadians reserved a lot of their lust and admiration for Twitter, natch:
If I saw Brody Jenner, I would probably just pass out — Madisyn (@MadisynMac) October 6, 2015
And Jenner brothers, if you’re reading this, you’ll have plenty of places to stay if you ever decide to return to NS.