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  1. NO WAY! It wasn’t too much at all!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I think it’s almost unreasonable how much I absolutely adore this Island. =D

    We did so many of the same things! We had breakfast at Dalvay-by-the-Sea and we went to Silver Bush and took a carriage ride around The Lake of Shining Waters. We sat on the edge of the cliffs.

    OH my. My pictures are also enshrined in a scrapbook but you make me want to photograph them out just like you did and relieve the memories. =)

    What blissful fun. I SO want to go back with Jonathan some day. (Que “A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes” and wistful sighs.) And I’d like to take a digital camera along with me and not film! 😉

    Thank you so. very. much. for sharing this! I know it took a lot of time and energy but it was so very, very fun to read!!!

  2. hopeistheword

    You’re welcome. 🙂

    Aside from the fact that I’ve done too much sitting today, I thoroughly enjoyed doing this.

    One of my many regrets is that I did not have the camera I have now when I took several trips-of-a-lifetime: PEI, Yellowstone (and lots of other places), Europe. Well, no matter. Two of the three (and part of the other one) are committed to paper in scrapbooks so that if my memory really does fail me, I’ll have it to look back on. 🙂

  3. Love the pictures! I’ve always wanted to go to PEI. For now I’m waiting until my daughter is old enough to enjoy Montgomery’s book – it will make the trip that much more special. Thanks for sharing your scrapbook!

  4. Thanks for sharing. I loved the story, the pictures, and seeing you ten years ago in those flowing dresses. I love those: think we could revive that look?

    • hopeistheword

      Oh, I wish! I wish I still HAD those (and could wear them!). I love linen–just perfect for hot, humid summertime weather!

  5. I have always loved Anne of Green Gables. Thanks so much for sharing your pictures and trip with us. I would love some day to get to visit the same places.
    Blessings
    Diane

  6. This was a lot of fun! What a nice hubby to take you on such a dream honeymoon. I’m not much of a traveler, but this is one place I would love to visit.

    My husband and I met in a library, too! We both worked in our university’s library while in college.

  7. black sheep

    Thanks so much for sharing your trip – awesome photos; it looks like a beautiful place. I’m quite envious that you got to see it all!

  8. Thank you so much for the link to this post! Believe it or not, I spent some time last weekend flipping through a PEI travel guide, and imagining visiting all the places you’ve mentioned! I’m hopeful that this will be one place that I get to visit very soon!

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