Wordless Wednesday: East Coast Scenery

As I mentioned in my birthday blog post (https://ruralrouteramblings.wordpress.com/2011/06/23/birthday-reflections/) I have been fortunate to experience many parts of this great big world. And I recently returned from yet another exciting adventure. This time my journeys led me to Canada’s beautiful east coast where I visited the Maritime provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island. Please read my travel blog, http://tfalk.travellerspoint.com/, for all the highlights and to see some photos from the trip. I started this travel blog last November when I travelled to New Zealand and Australia.

I’ve definitely been bitten by the travel bug! My love of travelling began at a young age. Growing up my parents worked very hard on the family farm but always took the time to take my brothers and me on family vacations – whether it be a shorter trip to North Dakota or Minnesota or a longer trip down to Florida or Tennessee. I have fond memories of these times. I also learned that going away is nice, but coming home is just as good. I believe that sometimes you have to go away to appreciate what you have at home. The Prairies generally isn’t a popular tourist destination compared to the likes of Hawaii, Florida or Mexico, but it has so much to offer. Each area of this world is unique in its own way. For this Wordless Wednesday post, I’m sharing some landscape photos from my recent trip.

Do you enjoy travelling? Do you have any travel recommendations for me? I’d love to hear about your travel experiences. Please leave a comment below. Comments make my day!

In the Halifax Public Gardens, Nova Scotia.
In the Halifax Public Gardens.
One of many waterfalls we saw.
Hopewell Rocks in New Brunswick. Looking out into the Bay of Fundy.
We went sailing in Charlottetown, PEI. This was taken from the sailboat.
Two covered bridges in New Brunswick.
In Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia.
Beautiful flowers.

6 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: East Coast Scenery

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    1. Definitely! The east coast is beautiful. And of course I highly recommend the Prairies. The Canadian Prairies are very similar to North Dakota, if you’ve ever been there. And you’re always welcome on my farm!

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