A visit to Prince Edward Island means a stop at Anne Shirley's (or better known as Anne of Green Gables) house.
And one cannot miss a walk through Balsam Hollow, so aptly named by the young girl with a vivid imagination.
I can see why these woods gave her so much "scope for imagination." They look as though they are out of a fairy tale. Ostrich (if my memory is correct) fern covers the floor of the woodland,
along with a beautiful and delicate blue wildflower.
The woodland is alive with the melodies of song birds and the gurgling sounds of the creek as it passes under the foot bridge.
What a beautiful place to get lost in one's imagination.
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