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Get some impressions from our cottage and the picturesque Island.

All the pictures were taken by us.

The Colonels Cottage on PEI

The Colonels Cottage on PEI

The westside of the cottage.

The Colonel's Cottage

The Colonel's Cottage

The Colonels Cottage at Blooming Point is right at the ocean at Tracadie Bay.

The Colonel's Cottage

The Colonel's Cottage

There's a nice balcony and a new BBQ-Grill.

The Colonel's Cottage

The Colonel's Cottage

The entrance door with a connected pavilion.

The Colonel's Cottage

The Colonel's Cottage

The Colonel's cottage at Blooming Point is right at the ocean.

The Colonel's Cottage

The Colonel's Cottage

The Backside of the Colonel's Cottag

The Backside of the Colonel's Cottag

The living room

The living room

The living room seen from the galler

The living room seen from the galler

The living room

The living room

Living room

Living room

The Patio

The Patio

The furniture in our patio are made out of real (unused) lobster traps. Made by a retired PEI-fisherman. Looks pretty cool, doesn't it?

The gallery

The gallery

There's a futon that can be turned into a couch. Upstairs there's also a flat screen tv with satellite connection.

Bedroom 1

Bedroom 1

Bedroom 1

Bedroom 1

Bedroom 1

Bedroom 1

Bedroom 1

Bedroom 1

The Master Bedroom

The Master Bedroom

Bedroom 1

Bedroom 1

The Master Bedroom

Tracadie Bay

Tracadie Bay

The bay is very shallow.

One of many lighthouses on PEI

One of many lighthouses on PEI

Lighthouse

Lighthouse

Lighthouse in Victoria/PEI.

Clam digging

Clam digging

Dunes

Dunes

Tracadie Bay

Tracadie Bay

Exploring the bay by boat.

Beach

Beach

Red soil

Red soil

The Island is formed from sedimentary bed rock of soft, red sandstone which produces the rich, red soil. The redness of the soil is due to the high iron-oxide (rust) content.

Red soil

Red soil

Nature

Nature

Fox

Fox

Foxes are very common on the Island. Once there very many fox frames on PEI. After demand for fox fur declined, the farms closed and the foxes started populating the island. They're very friendly.

Fox

Fox

A fox right in front of our cottage.

North Cape

North Cape

The northern most point of PEI

North Cape

North Cape

Northern most point of PEI

Sunset

Sunset

That's how the sunset looks on the east shore of the island.

Road

Road

Charlottetown

Charlottetown

Charleston has a very colorful historic part.

Charlottetown

Charlottetown

Historic Charlottetown

Charlottetown

Charlottetown

Monument for the Canadians that serve in the armed forces.

Falconery

Falconery

The falconery of PEI offers great presentations.

Andrews Hockey School

Andrews Hockey School

The Andrews Hockey School is one of the most renown hockey schools in North America. Many famous players attended, among them Sidney Crosby.

Confederation Centre of Art

Confederation Centre of Art

During the summer at noon there's almost every day a show at the Confederation centre of Art in Charlottetown.

Culture

Culture

Prince Edward Island offers a lot of cultural variety.

Drive-Inn

Drive-Inn

A visit at the Drive-Inn Movie Theatre near Brakley-Beach is always a lot of fun.

The Trailside Cafe and Inn

The Trailside Cafe and Inn

In the close by village of Mount Stewart is the famous Trailside Music Cafe. Great Music and delicious food.

Trailside Music Cafe

Trailside Music Cafe

In the close by village of Mount Stewart is the famous Trailside Music Cafe. Great Music and delicious food.

Cow's cremery

Cow's cremery

World's best ice cream.

The Peakes Wharf

The Peakes Wharf

A special collection of merchants who are right on the Charlottetown Waterfront; Peake’s Wharf offers something for everyone: crafts, clothing, fine gifts, souvenirs, and great live Island music.

PEI Brewing Company

PEI Brewing Company

You find lots of excellent beer (my favorite is the Blueberry Ale) and very delicious food at the PEI Brewing Company in Charlottetown.

The PEI Brewing Company

The PEI Brewing Company

The Restaurant of the PEI Brewing Company in Charlottetown.

The Starlite Diner in Summerside

The Starlite Diner in Summerside

Eating like in the 1950s at the Starlite Diner in Summerside.

Boat

Boat

Fishing industry is important on the Island.

Fishing industry

Fishing industry

Lobster Traps

Lobster Traps

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Sunset

That's how the sunset looks on the east shore of the island.