I’m really offering no excuses for being bad about blogging lately. Except that it seems to me although we no longer have kids in school and we are both retired, this time of year just gets busier for us. For one thing, the church we attend, The Brookfield Unitarian Universalist Church, goes back to regular services after Labor Day after a semi-hiatus during the summer. For me, it’s a complete hiatus because the summer services are an hour earlier and I can’t seem to make it to them except on very rare occasions. But with on top of that come committee meetings, the book club meetings, a website to maintain and lots of autumn brightness to photograph. Still, I have plenty of free time so any excuse from me is pretty lame.
At this rate, though we’ve been home from our trip to the Canadian Maritimes for almost a month, I still have lots of photos to post and to go through. Soooooo…I am going to post a few from our drive into Nova Scotia and along the Cabot Trail.
Nova Scotia is very different from Prince Edward Island. It’s isn’t red, for one thing, and it has a more dramatic and rugged terrain. It’s beautiful! And it’s a place I’m hoping to get back to one of these days.
|Looking back on where we've been.|
|The Orangedale Presbyterian Church...rather charming, I think.|
|I seem to have found Old MacDonald's farm.|