Some wee little things in Grandma's Afternoons

Saturday, August 11, 2012

Breathtaking views of Prince Edward Island

I think the heat has gotten to us all. We have record breaking days and according to one news paper it’s been the driest since 1968. Drought has affected many parts of Atlantic Canada, Montreal, Ottawa and other areas as well. If we don’t get some rain soon I think crops will suffer, and some livestock already has apparently as the well ran dry, what a shame.
On the brighter side it has been wonderful skies and great days for an outing as we are going to take a little drive up to one of my favourite areas to be and that would be Souris Beach.
On the way we came across some farm art that I think you will enjoy.
We got away early morning and the mist was just lifting off the fresh plowed fields.
Just for fun I took a picture of this couple driving along enjoying the country side.
Remember I have a thing for old barns, soon to be a thing of the past.
Just one more barn, look the shingles are so worn.
A few stops at other secret spots.
It’s an amazing day the sky is so picturesque 
The beach is perfect and peaceful, with breathtaking beaches in PEI.
We came across some beach art, an old septic system.
Boys they always plan to have fun.
Back on the road we come across an eagles nest.
Finally we arrive at the beach
It seems the jelly fish have arrived as well.
However the sea glass we find makes up for the Jelly fish on the beach.
Have you found any sea glass on the beaches you have explored? We are always sure to find Sea Glass on the shores of Souris Beach.

Take care,


Anne-Marie O'Rourke said...

what a lovely slice of life

Darjeeling Darlings said...

The beach looks so relaxing.

The Darjeeling Darlings