CANADA BY BIKE
ANNA'S INCREDIBLE ADVENTURE
7,200 KM IN 77 DAYS!
CANADA BY BIKE
ANNA'S INCREDIBLE ADVENTURE
7,200 KM IN 77 DAYS!

TIMELINE

Prince Edward Island

By Confederatin bridge, PEI

Entering the capital of Potatoes

I have officially entered PEI. Cycling is not allowed on Confederation bridge so I got to ride in the car to cross. It is a foggy and dark day, but I can't hold my excitement back. I'm at PEI!
PEI National Park, PEI

Visiting red beaches today

I decided to take one day off and explore the island. PEI is famous for its stunning beaches. The sand is red, with lots of sandstone, round rocks and super cold water. I love how the water carves the shore, making spectacular formations, caves and bays. PEI is also famous for Anne of Green Gables; there is museum and one can learn all about Annie. It was my favourite book as a teenager. I must have read it 10 times.
I don't have to camp today. We were invited to Hal's home and had it all to ourselves as he has a guest house just for us. What a luxury it is to sleep in a bed again! We take things like this for granted. I overjoyed that I finally got to fully relax into a deep sleep as sleeping in a tent by the side of the road with a bike inside my tent was not always fun. I tend to sleep light and wake up many times during the night. So I am really enjoying this treat and looking forward to going to sleep early tonight.
Riding through PEI

I love riding here

I can't believe it only took me one day to cycle across the entire island. From the bridge to the ferry is only 118km. I rode on small roads and a highway and it went by quickly.
Riding through PEI

I love riding here

What I find interesting is that the landscape is so yellow here. They love to plant mustard and canola. It would be so nice to paint here, no wonder so many artists move to PEI.
My mom surprised me with a nice bouquet of wild flowers. I conquered another province. One more night and then the ferry ride to Nova Scotia.