|Our first major storm coated the back field in white begging us to come out and play|
|Bundle up it's chilly!|
With a little extra holiday time on our hands we wandered to another part of the island as well.
|Waves crash against the north shore|
Lots of folks were out with snowshoes, dogs, and cross country skis taking in the scenery and crisp air. There are stops to sit and watch birds on the lake, a bubbling spring (as the name suggests) and a bit of history.
|"You are now walking on one of the oldest roads on the island. Built in the 1700's |
this road linked the community of Stanhope to the port city of Charlottetown."
|This road dates back to the 1700's|
After our walk we stopped at the water to watch the waves roll in.
We live on the south shore which faces Nova Scotia and is more protected. It was wonderful to see the open north shore which is a bit wilder.
Even the sun came out to play - a promising start to the new year. Best wishes to all of you reading and may your coming year be filled with plenty of sunny days and time to enjoy them.