Prince Edward Island is having the most brilliant, colourful, autumn that I can remember (I’ve lived here 40 years.) Usually, at least one wild, windy, rainy, storm strips the red leaves before the yellow ones are at their peak. So I’m happy to be out walking anywhere colourful, even in my grocery store parking lot in the town of Stratford.
The photo below was taken on the Confederation Trail on October 15. The Confederation Trail is what remains of PEI’s railway system. I posted about it last fall too: here, here and here. To see other happy places, physical and metaphorical, check here.