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Welcome to Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island...birthplace of Canada

One of the lovely homes along the Waterfront Walk...and yes, that's the colour of the soil.

In June we travelled by rail from Vancouver (British Columbia) to Montreal (Quebec) where we spent five nights. We then took an overnight train to Moncton (New Brunswick). Next we drove to Prince Edward Island, Cape Breton (Nova Scotia), and flew home from Halifax.
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You're very welcome, Ank. Hope you are back to normal after that nasty flu. ❤️❤️❤️


This looks great, thanks Faye. ♥♥♥


It is lovely, isn't it, Wendy? :)))

We would, too, the drop of a hat! ;DDD


I went to PEI twice on vacation. It's wonderful. I'll go again, that's for sure!


I love the ocean and could really live there................Wendy


It was, the city...but not. ❤️


Picturesque at low tide or high tide. The Waterfront Walk sounds like a fine way to spend some time, Faye!


You're welcome, Ardy. There's a really strong wind here, too, so you don't have the unpleasant aroma you sometimes have with low tide...very welcome in the summer, but it probably is quite cold in the winter. ❤️❤️❤️


Really low tide. Love their little lighthouses. Beautiful, Faye. Thank you. ♥♥


We did visit Nova Scotia, Donna, but this is in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island...where the people are just as nice! Thanks for stopping by. :)))


Without reading the write-up, I looked at the pix and said that looks like Nova Scotia. Yep, it was! Definitely low tide. My Dad's ancestors were from there and we used to go when I was a youngster.


Parts of Nova Scotia, too, Marilyn. Do you think heavy iron content? :)))


So is Oklahoma and much of Colorado.

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