It had rained during the night and wasn't ready to give up the drizzle and grey skies. Our plan was to drive to East Point Lighthouse, so off we went hoping for clearing weather.


A bridge in St. Peters Bay.

The Greenwich section of the PEI National Park has beautiful trail that takes you through different natural habitats and ends at the beach. The big highlight is the large sand dunes.




Looking across St. Peters Bay.


After a lot of searching we managed to find a couple of small harbours. As the harbours were dead quiet I don't think anything was in season here unlike in Nova Scotia.





The lighthouse at East Point.

This is not a very exciting photo but I hope you can see what I took the photo of. At East Point, water converges from two directions. If you look closely you can see the waves coming from different directions.

We stopped at Basin Head Provincial Park to hear the sand sing. I don't know if we actually heard the singing but we did enjoy the beach.



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The lighthouse in Souris and another one we saw along the way. There's lots of lighthouses in PEI.

The sun finally came out and lit up the beach in Souris