After crossing into PEI I started in the town of Summerside, took some pictures and walked the boardwalk along the coast. It was again, great weather for the fall and I was loving the atmosphere all together. The dirt in PEI is actually red, yes the stories are true. I have some pictures of this to prove it.
I then drove to Charlottetown where I stayed the remainder of my trip, such a lovely city. I would live in this province if I didn't have to deal with their treacherous winters.
This province I have marked on my list as "must return in the summer". PEI has a lot of tourist attractions for warm weather! Renting a small cottage on the coast and attending one of their local seafood festivals sounds right up my alley. They also have bike rental locations all over this small province, this is a must as well.
|Summerside, PEI - one of the many lighthouses along the province shorelines|
|Love the colours, more tourisrm area's that would be open during warmer seasons|
|Charlottetown Harbor, PEI|
|Apparently the best ice cream in Canada - it was pretty darn good!|
|Local art located in a park in Charlottetown|
|More gorgeous historical buildings in Charlottetown's downtown core|
|Country scenery, such a beautiful province|
|Love this little cottage! Located in Victoria, PEI - gem of a town|
|Confederation Bridge, PEI looking toward NB. Proof of the red dirt!|