Tomorrow is our last day on Prince Edward Island and I’m glad to say the sun will be shining all the way to the ferry terminal in Nova Scotia, our last stop before sailing to Newfoundland. In our week on PEI we’ve had sun and rain and everything in between, with temperatures ranging from 2 to 20 degrees Celsius, pretty decent for mid-May…
Today was quite cold and drizzly though, so we returned to the cabin early to do our laundry and browse through the pictures I’ve taken so far.
Have a look:
These are the rock formations at Thunder Cove, the last time I was there there was a tunnel leading out to the ‘teacup rock’ you can see in the background, but when I was there this week it had collapsed, probably due to the rain we had last week. That’s erosion at work, always shaping our coastline!
The next photo shows mom at the West Point lighthouse:
Those big rubber boots we got are really coming in handy! They’re useful on the cliffs and on the beach:
These last two shots also show the difference in weather we’ve had on PEI this week. 🙂