This is my third and final post on our day trip to St. Martins this past Sunday. I took so many pictures and can't share them all but, I decided to share some of my favourites in 3 stages. If you missed the first two posts please scroll down the page below this one.
There is a nice wharf with lobster boats tied up, and some lobster traps and buoys along the side. The little buildings are gift shops.
There is a small park in the middle of the intersection along with a lighthouse across the street from it.
There are also not one, but two, covered bridges on the same creek and within sight of each other. This is very rare and a famous tourist attraction.
The bridge in the foreground has
Irish River # 1, Vaughan Creek 1935
at the top of the entrance. Can you see the other bridge in the background?
Here it is below.
I wish we had driven across this bridge and taken photos from the other side up on the hill. Next time.
This house was across the park and had some things for sale in the side yard as well as ice cream at the right side porch door.
This sign was on the outside on a chalkboard.
How fun is that? No, I didn't try it.
I was too full from our meal, even though I love ice cream.
And this has to be my favourite house/shop there.
I love all the bright colours don't you?
I love this!!
I left empty handed as we had to hurry back home to 3 dogs and a cat who would be hungry by the time we got there.
We made a quick stop at Faye's little gift shop too. I knew she was away this day but had to stop and see for sure. I wish I could have done some looking and shopping there as I know Faye has some great vintage things and lots of home made goodies for sale.
All in all it was a wonderful day. We really enjoyed our time with Mark and Jenn and seeing this beautiful village, the beach, caves and Fundy Trail. I'm glad you came along with me too.
I'll have to find something new to blog about now.
Thanks for stopping by.