Northeast Bound - 2018 travel blog

We made it to Cavendish.

PEI National Park

Home that inspired the writing of Anne of Green Gables.

Haunted Woods Trail behind the house.

Lover's Lane Trail

Guess who?

Anne's carriage.

Silly Bruce poses as Anne.

Talked to Anne in her backyard....great job portraying Anne. She converses just...

Our drive around the island.

Lush green fields.

Notice the wild lupines in the foreground. They are everywhere.

Maud Montgomery's Birthplace

A pretty yellow house across the street. Homes here are quaint and...

PEI provides one third of Canada's potatoes.

Fri., July 6th – We're scratching the rough trip of yesterday from the memory bank, but as they say….”the sun will shine again”…well, maybe we had cloudy skies and a few thunderstorms to deal with today, but we were still glad to be tooling around this place without our homes in tow. We visited the home that inspired L.M. Montgomery to write the awesome “Anne of Green Gables” series. Sure wish I had my Viviana with me. She has read many of the novels about this imaginative, red-headed girl from Cavendish. From there we walked to the beach in the PEI National Park. After we took a few pictures of the sandy beach and the beautiful red cliffs, the skies opened up and the rains began to pour. That didn’t stop us from driving around the countryside taking in the wet views of the many potato farms and the lush green rolling hills of Prince Edward Island. This truly is a beautiful place to visit…even in the rain!

Interesting Fact: Prince Edward Island is the smallest Canadian province...slightly larger than Delaware. The Confederation Bridge (almost 8 miles) is the longest in the world that spans over ice-covered waters.

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