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Photo of the Day for June 26

Eating our way through Atlantic Canada


 

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Singing Beach at Basin Head
Dave is yawning, not singing. This is the loudest singing sands I've heard in awhile. A very nice beach, if the weather had been better we would have stayed.

Singing Beach at Basin Head

East Point Light

East Point Light

Elmira Station
End of the line for P.E.I. Railway. This is now a small museum, the old rail bed is being converted into a pedestrian trail from one end of the island to the other. (with some opposition in Charlottetown!)

Elmira Station

Ticket to the past
Judging from the rail map on the wall, there was a station about every 5 miles.

Ticket to the past

Lupin shot of the day
The largest lupin fields we have found to date are on P.E.I.

Lupin shot of the day

CN mail car at Elmira

CN mail car at Elmira

Josie the alarm dog
Josie is 15+, but you wouldn't know it from the way she behaves.

Josie the alarm dog

Yea! afternoon sun
Woodlands Inn, 1840's farm house. Big lawn, trees, rooms and breakfast!

Yea! afternoon sun

Snooker anyone ?
Maybe next time I'll take the time to learn.

Snooker anyone ?

The view from the road
While we didn't take the time to explore the whole island, it's safe to say that A LOT of P.E.I. looks like this. We must have passed 10 tractors in a day and a half of touring. If the weather had been better, you would be seeing pictures of endless beaches (maybe next year).

The view from the road

More rolling hills
Alfalfa, potatos and straight roads.

More rolling hills