Monday, 15 December 2008

PEI Christmas (pass the mashed potatoes please)

PEI, the little province - the east coast island with the red, red, potatoe soil, celebrates Christmas in a big way. Prince Edward Island is located in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence west of Cape Breton Island, north of the Nova Scotia peninsula, and east of New Brunswick. Christmas is a beautiful time of the year when you look out the window and see the fantastic display of Christmas Lights. More and more people in Charlottetown are taking the time to decorate their homes to express their love of the Christmas Holidays. The best way to make sure you see all of the beautiful light displays is to be chauffeured in a cozy limousine as you enjoy the company of friends. It really won't take long to be driven from one side of the island to the other! How decadent!


Shelly said...

Ohhh...PEI...been on my "gotta get there" list forever. Loved these photos, swoon!
You've been busy! I'm parked on the couch (must get decorating... soon) loving all these posts and the links - thank you...I think ;)
Oh, Pia?...wowza!

Suzanne said...

So beautiful. Another location to add to our growing list of places we want to see when the Farmer retires. I've heard that Sasketchewan is a teeny bit boring, unless you like wheat fields that is!

- Suzanne, the Farmer's Wife

Caffienated Cowgirl said...

I love the photos...I've wanted to go to PEI ever since I read 'Anne of Green Gables'...someday.