Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Our Memorable Trip to Maine and Canadian Maritime Provinces

Cheyrl, Marilyn, and I recently returned from a great girls' trip to the Northeast. We left DFW bright and early last Tuesday. We flew in to Bangor, Maine and picked up our rental car. It basically took us most of the day to get there as we had "three ups/downs" on our journey. (This is a little much for me and my motion sickness stuff, but I managed with some extra medicine.) We hit the ground running.

A few daily highlights for my journal...

Tuesday - drove by Stephen King's House after we picked up our car

Wednesday - Acadia National Park; Cadillac Mountain; Fresh Maine lobster meal; Lubec (the most eastern town in the United States); Schoodic National Scenic Byway; Canada by way of coast of New Brunswick

Thursday - Eight-mile Confederation Bridge over to Prince Edward Island; on the Island...Anne of Green Gables, Delvay-by-the-Sea; churches, bottle house; evening cookies and breakfast at a quaint bed and breakfast
(I did not take this photo! My eyes were shut.)



Friday - while on the Island took a morning loom knitting workshop with a local artist; lunch at PEI Preserve Co.; another workshop to make sea glass jewelry piece; purchased ice cream and sweatshirt at Peak's Wharf; left PEI and on to Nova Scotia



Saturday - Grand Pre, Nova Scotia (place of historical remembrance of the Acadian population and their dispersal from the area); drove to Luckett's Vineyard to make our call from the "Red Phone Booth;" Burntcoat Head Park (the highest tides in the world); walked the ocean floor


Sunday - Peggy's Cove; Mahone Bay; "Three Churches" on the Bay; Lunenburg Historic Walking Tour




Monday - Fundy Coast, New Brunswick, Magnetic Park (a crazy experience!); covered bridges of Sussex, St. Andrews Minister Island with the Van Horne Estate tour including driving the ocean floor to get there while the tide was low; Ganong Chocolatier Store


Yesterday, we turned our car in with our 1700-mile driving adventure logged. We returned home on an easier "two leg" flight. Let the planning begin for our next girls' trip!

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