Thursday Travels: The Dunes of Greenwich

Last week we left off near the dunes in Greenwich.  As I mentioned, the dunes are parabolic dunes.  They move.  Strong, unidirectional winds cause the dunes to migrate.

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Thursday Travels: The floating boardwalk

Looking down from the floating boardwalk. Prince Edward Island.

Last week I left us standing on the floating boardwalk in Greenwich, part of the Prince Edward Island National Park system.  The floating boardwalk takes you over Bowley Pond and eventually to the beach.

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Thursday Travels: Greenwich

Standing near the edge. North Shore, near Rustico, Prince Edward Island.

I left us standing near the edge of the red cliffs of Prince Edward Island in my last chapter of Thursday Travels.  It’s not a bad place to be left for a while, to contemplate life, the universe, the gulf, and everything.

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Thursday Travels: Prince Edward Island

I had to post at least one photo of the Canadian flag since I took several while we were touring the Canadian Maritimes.  This one is from Fundy National Park, taken after we hiked to Laverty Falls and visited Laverty Lake.

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Thursday Travels: Laverty Lake

I’ve had a very full day today so this will be a relatively short post.

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Wolf Dreams

Laverty Falls Trail. Fundy National Park. New Brunswick, Canada.

Wolves are the epitome of the wild spirit.

~ Ted Andrews, Animal Speak

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Thursday Travels: Goodbye Laverty Falls

One last look

Seated on a rock, having a snack, and listening to the falls, M and I stayed a while.  When I finished my snack, I moved around, taking a lot of different photos of rocks, the water, and the falls.  Someday (perhaps in the winter) I’ll have time to play with them.  In the meantime, I’ll show a few, looking downstream from the waterfall.

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