With the whole country in shutdown and only a few stores and takeouts open, Hubby and I went for a drive down to the ocean at Wood Islands.
Wood Islands is where the ferries leave P.E.I.for Caribou, Nova Scotia. This is one of the ferries (the Confederation) docked for maintenance.
The ferries don’t run in the winter and were ready to start operation in May. This has been been delayed because of COVID-19 and they will start running later this month. The ferry ride across the Northumberland Strait to Nova Scotia takes 75 minutes and is a pleasant experience. I’ve been across the Strait on the ferry many times and always enjoyed the trip.
Lobster boats are also docked here as some fisherman fish from this wharf.
Looking out across the water
The lighthouse at Wood Islands.
The lighthouse has been decommissioned and taken over by the community. It contains a gift shop and would normally be open for tours starting now.
We spend awhile walking around the lighthouse area. Nothing was going on and only a few vehicles driving around.
I thought of @shasta and her #boulderSunday when I saw this big boulder.
So ends my Wednesday Walk hosted by @tattoodjay in collaboration with @elizacheng and #makemesmile. Check his post Here for more information on the challenge.
Location: Prince Edward Island. Canada