We had a PERFECT trip. Avery loves to travel, apparently. We had been to PEI as a family of two a few years ago and fell in love with it. Canada’s smallest Province, PEI is an Island on the East Coast that’s famous for rolling green meadows (think Ann of Green Gables), red sand beaches and red rocky ocean shorelines, towering sand dunes, and potatoes, lobster and mussels. I’ve decided to do a picture post to recap our trip. Choosing what to include here was hard… every photo evoked a great memory.
The colours in this Province are so dramatic and full of contrast.
This is my wife taking pictures of sea birds directly in front of our rented cottage.
PEI is known for its lobster, which was perfectly in season during our visit. Avery loved it. She has expensive tastes.
PEI is also known for its potatoes. Every french fry at every establishment was TO DIE FOR. We bought a sack of local potatoes and had one with every meal, and brought the rest of the sack home with us.
Avery mostly napped in the car on our way to hiking trails and beaches, but she also napped well on casual strolls along the beach in the Moby Wrap.
I. LOVE. OYSTERS. Especially fresh from the ocean at a harbour-side stand.
Lots of discoveries of ocean life.
Avery was a big fan of all the seafood, especially the halibut caught from neighbouring New Brunswick.