It has been a while since I last posted. First, I was enjoying the trip; secondly, my laptop gave up the ghost last week. I'm back again, with a new machine, for a fresh start.
The stones in the photo, above, were on Cavendish Beach in Prince Edward Island, a bit of a detour on the way home. I love the bits of faded, denim-blue rocks and shells in this photo.
If you have read Anne of Green Gables, you can picture PEI. You'll know about the red sand and the shoreline.
This colour of sand and rock isn't found in my part of the county.
And, of course, I need to include a photo of the crashing waves! I couldn't get enough of that sound.
After a drive through parts of New Brunwick, Quebec was next. On the less traveled routes, one can pass through many small villages and spot cozy, old, stone homes and impressive churches. Stopping at local fromageries (cheese shops) was not to be missed!
I may have left the ocean behind, but the mighty St. Lawrence River was wonderful to see from both ferry and land. Now, it is also behind me.
It is nice to be home, but I miss my feeble attempts at ordering a meal with limited French, the roar of the waves, and the ever-present boiling tea kettle in a particular, unassuming, country house in Cape Breton.
Thank you for taking this trip with me. Just click if you would like to see Part 1 and Part 2. You'll find, for example, wild water and colourful fishing boats.
I'm linking with Little Red House for Mosaic Monday. Please visit Mary to see her wonderful photos of the gardens at Alcatraz.