A beautiful March day drew us out of the house for a drive along the north shore of Prince Edward Island to the coast of the national park. We were the only people in the area.
There is still ice along the coastline
but off-shore, the blue water of the Gulf of St Lawrence is a sign of what is to come.
Along the shore, the red soil is obvious after the winter winds blew sand over the grass.
We stopped in several places where benches were inviting on this warm March day.
It was a welcome change to sit and relax in the sun, which feels so good on the face.
The opening in the red sandstone cliff at Mackenzie’s Brook looks bigger since last autumn.
Meanwhile, the sea ice languishes in the March sun.