From Prince Edward Island National Park, that same day we rode to a town called Cavendish where the farmhouse of Canadian author Lucy Maud Montgomery is located.
L.M. Montgomery is known for her novels about the fictional character Anne of Green Gables.
There was an admission fee to enter the property, but sneaky Amanda managed to find a used sticker on the floor by the exit that verifies that she had supposedly paid. Having already been here on another motorcycle trip 2 years ago, I stayed back to watch the bikes while eating Fritos.
The book Anne of Green Gables, published in 1908, has been translated into 36 languages and is taught to students around the world. The novel is very popular in Japan where it has been on the school curriculum since 1952.
Anne Shirley, the imaginative red-haired orphan
Like a glove
The farmhouse where L.M. Montgomery lived and wrote her novels overlooking the fields of Cavendish
Shelf for the fine china
Giddy up horsey!
Road to Avonlea.
Barbeque corn chip goodness.
Red headed icon.