I am getting so close to the end of my Prince Edward Island series, today I am sharing the beginning of Day 3. It was such a crazy trip since we basically drove almost all of Day 1 and Day 3 as well. We did stick around in PEI for a bit longer then we anticipated because I don’t think neither me, Zara or Victor wanted to leave. So we chilled out in the morning and did our own things before checking out of the campsite and getting into the car to checking out the north point mid-morning. There were so many photos to go through so it’s another 2 partier so look out for it next week. There will be a double post next week because I realize it’s been all about PEI this month and maybe you’re a little bored of it so don’t worry next week is the second half and little something something extra. I have work still midnight tonight and am not looking forward to it so wish me luck and I hope you are ready for Friday because I have some amazing baby photos of Butter to share with you.
There was so many windmills as we made our way to the north point. It was about a 15minute drive from our campground and I think we were all so happy we decided to go (we were suppose to go but since it was so late we almost decided to hit the road without seeing it).
A look around at the red cliffs of PEI. I absolutely loved it, we kept seeing them in the distance so it was cool to finally be one them. Athough I think they seems so much smaller, I think Newfoundland island is the one with the huge cliffs. That island in the distance had seals, sea lions and tons of wierd birds and other animals – it was very loud.
Hope you liked today’s photos! That was the first part of our afternoon and starting to round up the end of our time in PEI. It was such an amazing trip. Visiting the north point was really great – it felt like such an achievement. Me and Victor have been to 8 difference proviences together and having seen most of Canada together feels like such an accomplishment. It’s a bit corny visiting the north point I guess, but I like a little corn. Next week will be horses and more of New Brunswick…