My favorite location was this little fishing harbor on the western coast that wasn't mentioned anywhere in the tourist brochures: Pleasant Bay. The easterly winds were so fierce that they were blowing the waves away from shore!
|no waves here|
Prince Edward Island was beautiful: agricultural, quaint, rural, colorful. I spent only one day, driving across the southern part of the island, stopping to see whatever caught my fancy. A highlight of the trip, and completely unplanned!
|life-changing clam chowder - now i understand!|
Instead, I continued on to Five Islands and camped at the provincial park there, high on a bluff overlooking the Minas Basin.
|not even low tide. crazy.|
|uh, where's the water?|
I passed by Kejimkujik National Park and did a few more hikes. This park is best enjoyed by canoeing or kayaking, but the parts I saw on foot reminded me of the Adirondacks.
|peggy's cove from afar - those black dots are people|
|ridiculously cute, no?|