Prince Edward Island
Picture: Built in 1867, East Point Lighthouse is one of the Island's first generation structures of its kind. Originally located half a mile inland, the tower was moved once in 1885 after the wreck of the British warship "Phoenix" and again in 1908 when erosion endangered its foundation.
These cards were supplied by Mari who is based in Lower Bedeque on the south side of the Island where the Northumberland Straight separates her from the mainland of New Brunswick.
I would like to thank Mari for helping me with my project and supplying the additional information on her location, she has also offered to help me out with the other provinces if they prove a problem. Its people like Mari who give me the encouragement to carry on and complete the projects I have set myself.
Picture: Peake's Wharf is Charlottetown's restored waterfront area. It has become a popular spot with its restaurants, craft shops, boat tours and boardwalks along the harbour.