Of sandy beaches and lighthouses

Lisa writes:

»After the Cape Breton National Park our journey leads us to Prince Edward Island. The crossing by ship takes about 75 minutes. For Freya a rough swell is no problem at all, but she is not allowed in the cafeteria of the ship - in Canada dogs are strictly forbidden in all restaurants. In the low season the island is a real dog paradise - because we can go with Freya to all national parks of the island and she is allowed to romp on all beaches without a leash. Here she also discovers one or the other crab - super exciting! When we open the door of our van Freya jumps right out and can't wait to be back at another beach. She can't get enough of the rough sea. After about ten days on Prince Edward Island we are drawn to the south of Nova Scotia. Here we follow a part of the Lighthouse Route. One place we and Freya especially liked - the Cape St. Mary Lightstation and the 15 km trail. It leads along beautiful cliffs along the sea. A dream! Freya walks on a leash for safety, because sometimes she is just a bit too curious. Let's see what Freya can experience in the next few weeks.«
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