Canadian Maritime, July - August, 2006: Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island

Farm on Prince Edward Island

Cottage on the north shore of the Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick

Mary at a park in Halifax, Nova Scotia

We happened upon the celebration of 100th anniversary of the transfer of Halifax's Citadel from the British.

Re-enactment of a battle with the British redcoats

Calibrating bagpipes

Maritime museum in Halifax.  Deck chair from the Titanic (many of whose victims are buried nearby). A caption, anyone?

Dinner at Lemongrass in St. John, New Brunswick

Hiking in St. John, with trail marker overgrown with flowers

Sunset in St. John

Hike toward a waterfall at the lush Fundy National Park, New Brunswick

Jim taking pictures

One of many, many white churches on PEI

B&B in Charlottetown, PEI

Fortress of Louisbourg, Nova Scotia, perhaps the best historic reconstruction site in North America (five more pictures follow below)


This picturesque building turns out to be the "gentleman's" latrine, for officers only

Piney entrance into the Normaway Inn on Cape Breton Island

Normaway cottage at dusk

Mr. Moose on the Cabot Trail (thanks to Drew, Will, and Andrea for the long lens!)

Ms. Moose with her calf

A windswept overlook above the Atlantic

The Cabot Trail, magnificent

Lunch at the Keltic Lodge on Cape Breton

On a trail near the Keltic Lodge

Our alert and capable driver