We began our journey onto Prince Edward Island by taking a 13km bridge from New Brunswick onto P.E.I. The 13 Kilometre (just over 8 miles) bridge is quite a sight to behold. My first impression of the island was how green the grass was and how red the dirt is. It's all very lush, beautifully manicured, and so much for the eye to see. PEI is where the author Lucy Maud Montgomery lived and this was the landscape she used as the backdrop for her fictitious novel "Anne of Green Gables". After driving through the countryside and along the coastline I completely understand how the author came to title her novel the way she did. "Green Gables" is a well suited description.
I'll let the pictures speak for themselves. You will see lots of green, red and so much beauty. Our journey continued onto Cape Breton, but I don't want to inundate you with too many photos all at once so let me start with this part of the journey and shortly I will show you the breathtaking views of Cape Breton. Oh Cape Breton, let me tell you, it's quite a treat. OK, first up, PEI. Enjoy!