Setting the mood...twill be a playful trip this one.
Swinging at Eastbrook playground.
And we're off!
Shopping in Freeport, Main.
Leandra and her Aunt Susan in Freeport, Main.
Peggy's Cove - a small fishing village.
Leandra is caught offguard disembarking the bus.
What a view.
This lighthouse now serves as a post office in the summer time.
A close up.
Going on day two of no shower...thus the baseball cap.
These granite boulders are the remains of the last glaciers.
More beautiful scenery at Peggy's Cove.
Leandra atop the boulders.
The darker area is the danger zone. People have been swept to their death by waves here.
Soaking in the beauty.
Another view of the focal point at Peggy's Cove...the lighthouse.
More rock...it's everywhere!
Leandra found some interesting green stuff in this water.
One of three churches in the village.
If you look close you might see a white petrified bear in the rock. It's the rock furthest away in the pic. I think it looks more like an elephant, personally.
Leandra and her Aunt Susan walking down the road.
Firing of the cannon at Halifax, Citadel.
Men dressed as the Royal Artillery of 1869.
Sailing mast the fort used to post messages on.
A little closet where ammunition was stored.
A pretty stairwell at the Citadel.
Our tour guide.
The clock outside the Citadel.
Gravesite of Titanic Victims.
Leandra getting ready to order some Fish 'n Chips.
Waiting for the Tidal Bore.
Before the Tidal Bore.
Still waiting for the Tidal Bore.
Here it comes!
There it is.
The effects of the Tidal Bore.
The bay is still rising.
The bay in the morning.
Another view of the bay the next morning.
The Pallister Motel.
Doesn't it lok like it's straight out of a scary movie?
The Ferry we took to PEI.
Leandra snoozing while we wait to board the ferry.
The downstairs of the bus.
The loading zone for the Ferry.
View from the ferry deck.
Paving the way to PEI.
A lighthouse on PEI.
Charlottetown...the buidlings and flowers were simply beautiful.
Leandra at Linda's cafe. We ate lunch here.
An exhibit at Founders hall. The people and boat are 3D. I was amazed at how smoothly the water flowed into the wall paper.
Same exhibit at Founders hall in Charlottetown.
One of our guides in Charlottetown was playing the character of the statue pictured here.
The entry to our room at Kindred Spirits Country Inn.
Leandra is having a fainting spell it would appear.
This was our view as we walked to the ocean from our hotel.
Do the sand dunes remind you of the Ann of Green Gable's movies? They certainly did me.
Another view on our walk to the ocean.
Leandra basking in the beauty around her.
My feet on the beach.
Leandra capturing the rocky beach on camera.
Taking a stroll.
Can you say, "I feel like I'm in Alice and Wonderland?" These chess pieces were huge! It was right outside our hotel.
Milking the cow at Anne's barn. The cow's fake...you can see my reflection in it.
Happy flowers in Anne's home.
Another view of Anne's room.
Outside Anne's house.
Walking into the haunted woods.
Scared in the haunted woods.
Bridge on lovers lane.
The second level on the bus.
These cookies have pictures of the stamps issued the day we visited the Anne of Green Gable sites...it was 100th anniversary of the story.
Leandra enjoying the cookie we took from the 100th anniversary party (see the tent in the background) we weren't invited to. Yup, we crashed it.
Had to take the photo...seemed like a tourist thing to do.
Doesn't Leandra look mean?
The school house at Anonlee Village.
The playground at Avonlee village.
Mickey and Leandra dressed as Anne. Jamie just dressed in the attire from that era.
Buggy ride, anyone?
How about tea?
Anne is tap dancing here and Gilbert is playing the base guitar.
We tried these hats on in the general store.
This was a real buggy ride.
The farmer who joined us on the buggy ride.
He's showing us how to braid the horses tail.
The whole crew, all 35 of us.
The lobby area at Kindred Spirits Country Inn.
Each night tea and cookies were served on this cart at 9 p.m. in the lobby.
Another buggy ride!
Ms. Montgomery's home and where she got married.
Leandra signing the guest book at L.M. Montgomery's home.
The inside of Lower Bedeque school where Ms. Montgomery taught for one year.
The outhouse at Lower Bedeque school.
Lupin...there were fields of these beautiful flowers.
Lower Bedeque School.
Larisa and me.
The Confederation Bridge. it's 9 miles long.
Another view of the bridge.
Leandra and me by the bridge.
Debbie, Leandra, me and Susan eating at Tim Hortan's.
Our bed on the bus...tight quarters, eh?
The old city of Quebec.
Walking on the wall in the old city of Quebec.
Allison, Jamie and Jess at Dairy Queen on the way home.
Susan, Mike, and Debbie at Dairy Queen on the way home.
The Old City of Quebec.
The wall where we entered into the old walled city of Quebec.
The Old City of Quebec. We got drenched.
This tunel is where we sought shelter from the rain.
A flower in the Old City of Quebec.
Flowers in the Old City of Quebec.