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A Warm Welcome to a Cold Country, Campobello Island

The exciting ordeal of crossing from the land of stars and stripes to that of the maple leaf, from the toughness of border police to the warmth of an island home. My one and only cherished couchsurfing experience, and strong Canadian ladies. Welcome to Campobello Island!

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Campobello Tides

Arriving by chance at Quoddy Head, Campobello, I witness and document some of the most amazing tidal fluctuations in the world. Watch my stop motion slider…

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Donelda explaining about sealife. Donelda's Puffin Tours, NS

Donelda and the Puffins

Donelda’s Puffin Tours, Englishtown, Cape Breton – a great example of a family business. A bit late in the season, but some puffins stayed out their migration for me. Also, seals, bald eagels, cormorants and other seabirds.

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Northumberland Provincial Park, PEI – Following the Sunset

Boarding an evening ferry to PEI, I watched a breathtaking sunset from deck, pitched my tent in Northumberland Provincial Park in complete darkness, only to discover a relaxed and beautiful beach scene in the morning. A brief friendship led to sea kayaking, and a gathering storm brought about a change of plans.

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Seaweed stranded on beach, Campbell's Cove, PEI

Campbell’s Cove, PEI – The Red Sands

Campbell’s Cove, PEI. In another “End of the World” I found marvellous geology, incredible natural beauty and friendly people. The red of rock and sand intertwines with sea and tidal pools, creating a superbly photogenic fantasyland.

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Anne of Green Gables on site, Cavendish, PEI

Back to my Childhood – Anne of Green Gables

A return to my childhood? Green Gables, Cavendish, the Prince Edward Island ranch was no disappointment. Here Maud Montgomery got the inspiration for her books about the marvellous red-haired Anne . Excellently preserved and maintained, I could still find my dreams hanging from apple trees, reflected in forest pools.

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Enjoying a perfect morning at Charlotte's Legendary, NE Harbor, Mount Desert Island

Mount Desert Island

Sampling Mount Desert Island beaches: an enchanting evening walk on Hadley’s Point and a seaside bonfire with a friendly couple, a stroll along Southwest Harbor’s waterfront, dipping my toes at Seal Cove and a drive along the scenic Sargeant Road . In all, a great place for leisure, sun, sky and water,

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Hanging by the threads - trees in Grand Isle Beach

In My Element – The Isles of Lake Champlain

Lake Champlain Islands, VT. I reconnected with my water element on this set of beautiful islands, replete with history, geology, nature and atmsophere. I settled into Grand Isle State Park Campground, met some great people and trees on the beach, and at night, communed with the spirit of a magical tree.

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Lake Champlain on way to Isle La Motte

Cruising Through Big Time – La Motte

Isle La Motte – Extraordinary beauty and wildlife. The oldest fossilized reef in the world at Goodsell Ridge Preserve. Site is also features: WTT – Walk Through Time: Who are we? Where do we come from? Where are we going? Another site of interest: St. Anne’s shrine, a religious historical monument.

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Ghost in window at Clayton's house, Upper NYS

One Island Out of Thousand – Gate to the St. Lawrence

Leaving the Adirondacks, I took a farewell, breath-taking plunge into the astounding Cascade Lake, then relocated to the Thousand Islands Campground, where Johnny Depp welcomed me in the bathroom and a seamstress prayer. A beautiful sunset hung over one of the 1000 islands in the nearby state park. .

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View over river from Eel Bay Trail, Wellesley Island Nature Center

Wellesley Island Nature Preserve

Beauty and more beauty. Wellesley Island Nature Center / State Park is full of water, life and geology. Paths are easy to walk / rewarding to the nature lover. The Eel Trail leads along the coast to the awesome Narrows. Pond loop peaceful, biologically rich. Encounter with a jolly Canadian girl adds a social dimension.

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One island out of a 1000, Upper NYS

The Other 999 – Uncle Sam Boat Tours

Uncle Sam Boat Tours, 1000 Islands. Playing the tourist, I oohd and aahd about the cuteness of the islands and the general magnificence of the area, shot pictures obsessively, visited the must-see Boldt’s love castle, but also a memorial for “Operation Iraqi Freedom” and learned about bootlegging.

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Gannet chick and adult, Des Colonies, Bonaventure Island, Gaspe Peninsula, QC, Canada

Perce , Bonaventure Island, and the Largest Gannet Colony

The huge gannet colony on Bonaventure Island is a peak experience for any naturalist. This is a bird lover paradise. Unfortunately, poor boat arrangements did not enable me to enjoy the experience to my heart delight, Still… except for Galapagos, second to none…Also, the amazing Perce rock, a geological marvel.

Read More »

A Warm Welcome to a Cold Country, Campobello Island

The exciting ordeal of crossing from the land of stars and stripes to that of the maple leaf, from the toughness of border police to the warmth of an island home. My one and only cherished couchsurfing experience, and strong Canadian ladies. Welcome to Campobello Island!

Read More »

Campobello Tides

Arriving by chance at Quoddy Head, Campobello, I witness and document some of the most amazing tidal fluctuations in the world. Watch my stop motion slider…

Read More »
Donelda explaining about sealife. Donelda's Puffin Tours, NS

Donelda and the Puffins

Donelda’s Puffin Tours, Englishtown, Cape Breton – a great example of a family business. A bit late in the season, but some puffins stayed out their migration for me. Also, seals, bald eagels, cormorants and other seabirds.

Read More »

Northumberland Provincial Park, PEI – Following the Sunset

Boarding an evening ferry to PEI, I watched a breathtaking sunset from deck, pitched my tent in Northumberland Provincial Park in complete darkness, only to discover a relaxed and beautiful beach scene in the morning. A brief friendship led to sea kayaking, and a gathering storm brought about a change of plans.

Read More »
Seaweed stranded on beach, Campbell's Cove, PEI

Campbell’s Cove, PEI – The Red Sands

Campbell’s Cove, PEI. In another “End of the World” I found marvellous geology, incredible natural beauty and friendly people. The red of rock and sand intertwines with sea and tidal pools, creating a superbly photogenic fantasyland.

Read More »
Anne of Green Gables on site, Cavendish, PEI

Back to my Childhood – Anne of Green Gables

A return to my childhood? Green Gables, Cavendish, the Prince Edward Island ranch was no disappointment. Here Maud Montgomery got the inspiration for her books about the marvellous red-haired Anne . Excellently preserved and maintained, I could still find my dreams hanging from apple trees, reflected in forest pools.

Read More »
Enjoying a perfect morning at Charlotte's Legendary, NE Harbor, Mount Desert Island

Mount Desert Island

Sampling Mount Desert Island beaches: an enchanting evening walk on Hadley’s Point and a seaside bonfire with a friendly couple, a stroll along Southwest Harbor’s waterfront, dipping my toes at Seal Cove and a drive along the scenic Sargeant Road . In all, a great place for leisure, sun, sky and water,

Read More »
Hanging by the threads - trees in Grand Isle Beach

In My Element – The Isles of Lake Champlain

Lake Champlain Islands, VT. I reconnected with my water element on this set of beautiful islands, replete with history, geology, nature and atmsophere. I settled into Grand Isle State Park Campground, met some great people and trees on the beach, and at night, communed with the spirit of a magical tree.

Read More »
Lake Champlain on way to Isle La Motte

Cruising Through Big Time – La Motte

Isle La Motte – Extraordinary beauty and wildlife. The oldest fossilized reef in the world at Goodsell Ridge Preserve. Site is also features: WTT – Walk Through Time: Who are we? Where do we come from? Where are we going? Another site of interest: St. Anne’s shrine, a religious historical monument.

Read More »
Ghost in window at Clayton's house, Upper NYS

One Island Out of Thousand – Gate to the St. Lawrence

Leaving the Adirondacks, I took a farewell, breath-taking plunge into the astounding Cascade Lake, then relocated to the Thousand Islands Campground, where Johnny Depp welcomed me in the bathroom and a seamstress prayer. A beautiful sunset hung over one of the 1000 islands in the nearby state park. .

Read More »
View over river from Eel Bay Trail, Wellesley Island Nature Center

Wellesley Island Nature Preserve

Beauty and more beauty. Wellesley Island Nature Center / State Park is full of water, life and geology. Paths are easy to walk / rewarding to the nature lover. The Eel Trail leads along the coast to the awesome Narrows. Pond loop peaceful, biologically rich. Encounter with a jolly Canadian girl adds a social dimension.

Read More »
One island out of a 1000, Upper NYS

The Other 999 – Uncle Sam Boat Tours

Uncle Sam Boat Tours, 1000 Islands. Playing the tourist, I oohd and aahd about the cuteness of the islands and the general magnificence of the area, shot pictures obsessively, visited the must-see Boldt’s love castle, but also a memorial for “Operation Iraqi Freedom” and learned about bootlegging.

Read More »
Gannet chick and adult, Des Colonies, Bonaventure Island, Gaspe Peninsula, QC, Canada

Perce , Bonaventure Island, and the Largest Gannet Colony

The huge gannet colony on Bonaventure Island is a peak experience for any naturalist. This is a bird lover paradise. Unfortunately, poor boat arrangements did not enable me to enjoy the experience to my heart delight, Still… except for Galapagos, second to none…Also, the amazing Perce rock, a geological marvel.

Read More »
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