Here's what the plaque says: "The red chairs placed in special locations National Parks and National Historic Sites are all about taking time to connect with nature and with each other. They offer a place to rest, relax, and reflect on the place you discovered and the journey you took to get there."
It's been quite a journey, and I have a lot to reflect on. Maybe I need a red Adirondack chair in my back yard!
|Terra Nova National Park, Newfoundland|
|Port Royal National Historic Site, Nova Scotia|
|Cavendish National Seashore, PEI|
|Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site, Cape Breton Island|
At Gran Pre, site of the Acadian deportation in the 1750's. Made famous by the Henry Wadsworth Longfellow poem "Evangeline"
|I got to sit in one near Green Gables, PEI!|