During our excursions this spring, my husband and I have discovered some interesting sights. It is a good thing our rural roads are not busy this time of year as we stop to take pictures on many of them.
This cottage at Tignish Shores is prepared for high seas.
At Northport, an example of recycling at its best caught our attention.
Near Oyster Cove, a hydrant needed some assistance.
When you need a place for your boat, a swing comes in handy.
Last week the trouting season opened so we stopped at the mouth of a river in western Prince Edward Island to watch a group fishing off or through the ice.
While there, I found a magnetic key case by the side of the road. Unbeknownst to us, it was a geocache. Inside was the sign-in sheet for players. I placed the case in the exact position for a geocacher to locate.
We never know what we will discover around here.