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... us on a guided tour of 'Anne of Green Gables' countryside on the North Shore of PEI. We had brilliant sunshine and the most amazing weather for our day. Today was a highlight of our trip!!!!
(This entry was made before the problems with my ipad. Hope you enjoy the photos of my favourite day on the cruise!)
We packed up the car and headed out for the day.
First stop was the PEI Greenwhich Dunes hike.
It started out with a path out in the open and you could see a bay with a small town in the distance - nice enough.
Then came a short walk beneath the trees - fine.
Next the Boardwalk - utterly amazing as it spanned across the marshy wetlands. Birds galore with sand dunes surrounding us.
Finally up and over one of ...
... exiled from the area by the British. The Bank operated from 1864-1894 and was the model for future credit unions. Next door is the restored Doucet House which was built in 1768. Some of the wood in the house tested back to that time. It is an example of the Acadian style of building.
We dined at Carr's on five pounds of mussels before returning to the ship. The view of the bay and the house across from it was magnificent. We had a wonderful day.
... likens the province to a smiley face (the smile portion), while I would liken it to a jack-o-lantern smile carved by a 6 year old; nevertheless, we had now visited both points of the smile and celebrated with some ice cream! Any excuse for a cool treat was good for me. The lighthouse was cool (built in 1867) it was also quite old.
Next we cruised south heading to Bison Head PP where we were looking for "singing sands". What we ...
... to be a kid again in these surroundings! Another stop was at towering cliffs, with loons nesting on impossible to reach rocks halfway down. I took some beautiful photographs there. Finally it was on to Cavendish, the seaside town that inspired the setting for L. M Montgomery's novel, and the place she spent her childhood and many of her adult years. She lived with her grandparents when her mother died young, and her father decided he couldn't cope with raising a young girl ...