First weekend of Fall

Marije is back from her trip to Newfoundland, so this weekend we explored the island some more.

Saturday we drove around Kings County enjoying the lovely scenery on our way to the tidal pools at Point Prim. After a beautiful morning of looking at clouds, seaweed, moon snails, hermit crabs and starfish, we went into Charlottetown to have a look at some new furniture.

Next week we’ll be able to move into our new home, so yes, things are coming along nicely. 🙂

Field of soy - Kings County

field of soy – Kings County

Marije and her tidal pool - Point Prim

Marije and her tidal pool – Point Prim

Cormorants at the lighthouse - Point Prim

cormorants at the lighthouse – Point Prim

bales of hay - Kings County

bales of hay – Kings County

Sunset clouds - East Point

sunset clouds – East Point

On Sunday I got soaked by showers during a walk on Fortune Beach. One moment it was summer, the next it was fall:

lovely sunshiny day - Fortune Beach

a lovely sunshiny day – Fortune Beach

cold showers coming in from the west - Fortune Beach

cold showers drifting in from the west – Fortune Beach

After this shower chilled me to the bone I added a rain jacket to my shopping list. 😉

Categories:

Sightseeing, Weather

4 Comments

Yes she sure loves her tidal pools, we even bought a pair of rubber boots for her so she can join me on the local floodplains where there are interesting critters too!

Thanks Karen, I’m glad you’re enjoying my island photos!
Of course your pictures make me want to visit Newfoundland again 🙂

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