I have wanted to visit PEI ever since I read ‘Anne of Green Gables’ as a child. It took me … Continue reading Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, CA.
From Peggy’s Cove, we cut across the beautiful province of Nova Scotia to see the Bay of Fundy, something that we both had on our bucket lists. Continue reading Hall’s Harbour & Bay of Fundy, NS.
We’d both seen Peggy’s Cove in books and on postcards and we wanted to see it for ourselves, so we set … Continue reading Peggy’s Cove, Nova Scotia.
It rained almost the entire time Sean and I were in Halifax, but it seemed somehow appropriate for this maritime city. … Continue reading Halifax, NS.
Niagara-On-The-Lake is a lovely town situated right near where the Niagara River flows into Lake Ontario. It has lots of beautiful old buildings, wide streets, and tourists. Continue reading Niagara-On-The-Lake, ON.
One of the most inspiring stories of the War of 1812 is that of Laura Secord, who was an incredibly gutsy woman. Continue reading Laura Secord’s Monument and Homestead: Queenston, ON.
Visiting Queenston Heights today is considerably different than in 1812. You’re nowhere near as likely to be shot by a musket or a cannon, and the lawns and gardens are in much better condition. Continue reading The Monument to Isaac Brock and Why He Has It. Queenston Heights, Ontario, CA.