Monday, September 12, 2011

Cabot Trail, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia part 3

On Wednesday, September 7th the weather cooperated and we had a lovely drive around the Cabot Trail and Cape Breton Highlands National Park.

One of our stops was at Lone Sheiling for a walk through the tranquility of the 350 year old sugar Maple trees.

Fall is just around the corner.

The stop at Green Cove was spectacular.

And we were lucky enough to see a moose cow up close and personal.


  1. A 350 year old sugar maple bush? That is spectacular.

  2. Oh my gosh, your photos are gorgeous! Looks like you are having a fantastic trip to Cape Breton! These are some of my favorite places...I always loved going to the Lone Shingle.

  3. What a lovely place to enjoy!! Imagine if those beautiful trees could talk, the stories they could tell!!

  4. A moose! Do you realize we went our whole trip in Newfoundland and never saw a moose, only the warning signs. Lucky you, and he wasn't in your headlights. - Margy

  5. Elaine - you must have been in your glory to be there amongst all that beauty! Such gorgeous photos - oh my goodness - you did have a wonderful trip!

    Your blog header photo is absolutely fabulous!!!

    (its been crazy since our return home - catching up is such a pain! I am so glad to have the time finally to visit you here!)


  6. I'm so glad you are there, seeing these sights and bringing them to us!

  7. Brilliant colors. Moose is awesome, but you photographed the wrong end. Heehe.