Wednesday, 18 July 2012

September 16th, 2010 pt.1

A walk around downtown Charlottetown was in order for this morning.  

On the waterfront at Victoria Park

A short jaunt to Prince Edward Island National Park was next on our list.  Since it’s the beginning of the off season, admission is free.

Clouds in the sky look kinda dicey.  I hope the weather holds up.

We noticed motorcycle tire tracks in and around the beach area.  They must’ve used this ramp to get down to sea level.

To the right you can see the red cliffs.  The soil is red because it has a lot of rust and iron in it, which acts as natural fertilizers.  This is why their potatoes taste so good!

Here’s a thought!  Lobster for supper tonight…

…I think we’ll need a bigger pot. 

Covehead Harbor Lighthouse built in 1967

There is a plaque on the side of the lighthouse describing the Yankee Gale that struck in 1851.  The gale claimed at least 74 ships and 150 lives

24 km

Named after the Queen.

Northern shores of the island.

Earth as red as blood.

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