One of the things I really love about traveling are the odd and interesting things you see along the way. One of those things we saw on our recent trip to the Canadian Maritimes was the World’s Largest Lobster. It’s located in Shediac, New Brunswick. We saw this guy on another trip to New Brunswick along with the World’s Largest Axe, which is located in Nackawic, NB and the World’s Longest Covered Bridge located in Hartland, NB. I think these three things alone are worth a trip to New Brunswick so I won't even mention that you can walk on the ocean floor there, too, at Hopewell Rocks. But we didn’t have time to stop for any of those things this time except for the lobster. Here he is:
And I was fortunate to get this shot of this adorable kid imitating the fisherman.
While we were stopped at a traffic light, I spied this sign advertising a Yard Sale. It made me think that all Yard Sales would be more successful if there were BBQs and Music included. Brilliant!
I have found that many places lay claim to the World’s Largest Potato, but this is the largest potato that I’ve ever seen. It’s located at The Canadian Potato Museum in O’Leary, Prince Edward Island. I will say that I am a big fan of potatoes and I was disappointed when we pulled into the parking lot just as the place was closing for the day. But that didn’t stop me from getting a shot of Greg and Olive next to this prodigious spud. As you can see, Olive was unimpressed.
Best bumper sticker of the entire trip.
This is not a good picture, but it’s the only driving Canada Geese we the whole time we were in Canada, so I think they deserve to be included.
I don’t want to be left out of Theresa’s Good Fences, so here’s one I managed to pick up along the way. Also not a good photo, but it’s a pretty cool fence. It would look weird if it were in Arizona, but it’s right at home on PEI.