Heading out from the Great George Hotel for a day along the central coast.
Perfectly mowed pastures with happy cows, pristine farmhouses, multiple shining bays and inlets - PEI on this beautiful autumn day was a sight to behold. Pictures can’t possibly do it justice. The highlight, of course, was the Anne of Green Gables Heritage House. The author, L. M. Montgomery, lived nearby and published the book in 1908.
Dalvay-by-the-Sea: built in 1895 as a summer home for the president of Standard Oil of Kentucky it's now a privately run inn.
This is one of the oldest homes in PEI.
The gouda cheese factory - it was delicious!
The N. Rustico Harbour Lighthouse. We had a great lobster lunch at a cute little place right on the water.
Harvest time in PEI but not the kind we have in Oregon. It smelled great, too!You wouldn't see this kind of crop in the US: it's still against the law except for 'research.'
Green Gables, the home that inspired the book, Anne of Green Gables
Walking down Lover's Lane (described in the book).
With my lover!