East Coast III.a
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Grand River, New Brunswick
The falls and power...
...station late at night.
Instead of cutting down the diseasedElm trees, Truro hired artists to carvethem into statues of local celebrities.
This is the western end of the Confederation Bridge. PEI is "only" 13 kilometres away.
The bridge.. as far as the eye can see.
Looks like something got lost in the translation.
The old ferry terminal is over there.
..and away we go..
Prince Edward Island
Arriving in Borden, PEI.
Tourist info place.
A section of the bridge for the curious.
July 1st fireworks in Summerside.
Glass bottle buildings, in Cap-Egmont.
Built in the 80's by Edouard Arsenault.
This was an interesting place... really.
Some old farm equipment...
This is what potatoes used to look like!
The old school house.
West Point Lighthouse.
This sign is on the far side of the dunes.
Another windmill being assembled.
There are a lot of windmills around here.
There's a large wind farm at North Cape.
The northern tip of PEI.
Then we stayed in Cavendish for a few days.
I wound up with a cabin.
Nothing like "roughing" it.
Anne of Green Gables. 2008 was their 100th anniversary.
An old threshing machine.
One of the gardens.
Lots of stuff for kids.
On to Avonlea.
The TV show was made here.
While taking a shortcut...
...we stumble across a place named Toronto.
St. Paul's in Charlottetown.
Prince Edward Island Memorial Fountain.
Province House - "the birthplace of Confederation".
The "Charlottetown Accord" group.
An interesting skylight.
Sand sculptures at SandLand.
Charlottetown harbour front park.
Point Prim Lighthouse.
Nice view from here.
Updated:July 29, 2008