22 July 2010

Peggy's Cove

After wanting to take a little trip to Peggy's Cove for the past little while now Greg and I finally made it, yesterday evening!

Little yellow house on the hill:

Environmentally friendly ( the term Digestive By-Products is a new one for me):

Oh yes, The Old RED School House

Sun setting in Peggy's Cove

Good o'l sturdy foundation:

So clever:

The lighthouse, oh and a couple of tourists:

Good wave photos are hard to get:

But at least we look cool, right?


Greg and I witnessed some awful parenting, so much so that we had to walk away from the situation because we felt responsible to do something if things got, umm, messy:

WAVES! It's like they were high fiving each other at times, making monster waves:

Interesting looking rocks:

Mossy rock shedding it's mossy layer:

Surprisingly calm waters atop of Peggy's Cove:

A much better photo of the lighthouse, this time with someone I know:

A very pretty sight - the sun was breaking through the clouds:

Just off the path:

We ate dinner at the tourist trap of a restuarunt at Peggy's Cove, I was craving lobster so I ordered a lobster roll. It turns out that I don't really like lobster. This photo was taking before I ate it:

Greg found a super old flag of New Brunswick at the gift shop, it had Chatham on it, he was pumped:

This must be a house that one of the 35 people who live in Peggy's Cove lives in:

Close up:

Ropes & Buoys:

A sign outside the ice cream shop:

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