Travel Blogs from Cavendish
... Anne of green Gables. The relatives still live and run the place although the owner has donated it to the Province. We walked through the haunted Woods, (Jenny wasn’t scared at all), from the original house site, to the house they call Green Gables. This house was owned by relatives. All of this gave L.M. Montgomery the inspiration to write all her books. It is a beautiful place.
At New London there was an amazing scene looking down ...
... is to ferry to Nova Scotia and land in New Glasgow. Then either stay there or head to Halifax to wait out the storm on Saturday. Cape Breton and Cabot Trail on Sunday, ferry to Newfoundland on Monday or Monday night. GS is running pretty good. The ABS sensor seems to have fixed it self. Tires either on the way out to NL or on the way back (if needed to get in stock). Maybe felt some clutch slippage when really cranking on the power in 6th. Otherwise ...
... that she felt like it was Christmas. With the ferry ride and the holidays. We spent most of e 75 minute ride out on deck looking for wild life such as whales. Unfortunately, we did not get to see any. Land ahoy! There was the reddest beaches lying in front of us. Aspen could not believe the colour of the soil. Deryck was amazed that we only had a 90 minute drive to reach Cavendish national park. Deryck and the girls could not believe how pretty the island ...
... but he agreed to be in one picture with me in Lover's Lane!!
After our tour of the grounds, we relaxed in the shade (it was another very warm day) with a Raspberry Cordial (very popular in the books). As we left the park, Craig spotted a man with a cat on a leash. This sighting created the most excitement in Craig from our entire visit to the park, so I've decided to include a picture of his find, as this was his highlight.
From Green Gables we ...
... ll assume it came from Marilla's secret recipe.
Before leaving Green Gables, we had to take one more walk in the woods - down Lover's Lane. I'll leave it at that - it was a private moment between my wife and I, after-all!
We finally pulled ourselves away from busy Cavendish and drove to nearby PEI National Park. This park covers several miles of the north shore of the island. Besides more beautiful views of beaches and ...
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