A Walk through St. Andrews By the Sea // Canada

October 19, 2017

Today I am excited to continue to share more from my recent trip through New England, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Nova Scotia. You can read all of the posts from the trip by clicking on the links below:


Peggy's Cove: //  Peggy's Cove //  Peggy's Cove Lighthouse //  
St. Andrews By the Sea is located approximately 4 hours from Camden, Maine (where we spent our first evening of the trip). We woke up early on Sunday, October 1st and were so delighted by all of the beauty that encountered us as we drove through the beautiful Maine countryside. In the afternoon we had the lovely opportunity to enjoy an amazing lunch at the Kingsbrae Garden Cafe and to walk through the Kingsbrae Gardens, before driving across the ocean floor to Ministers Island. Afterwards we decided to spend a couple of hours exploring St. Andrews By the Sea. 
If you have never visited St. Andrews By the Sea it is really a delightfully quiet and restful space along the seacoast. The views are simply gorgeous and you truly feel that you are retreating away from the rest of the world. I hope you enjoy these pictures of a walk through this beautiful area of New Brunswick. 
I loved the bright red Canada Post boxes that were located throughout Canada. Aren't they just happy? *smiles*
We drove out on this pier and were awarded with the most beautiful views of the St. Andrews area. 
This ship with all of the colorful flags had a crew that was getting ready to set sail. 

After spending time on the pier we drove about a half a mile to the lighthouse that we had seen from the pier. 
The lighthouse was so adorable and cute at the end of the street. 

There were some benches sitting around and the views were stunning. I was overwhelmed at all of the beauty that we saw on this trip in the best possible way
Afterwards we walked down to the beach and walked around for a bit.
Walking along this part of the world showed a beauty that I will treasure forever.
One thing that I took away from this trip was to continue to explore the world that we live in... experiencing more of the area around where I live on a consistent basis and exploring new parts of this beautiful planet as much as possible.

St. Andrews By the Sea... you were gorgeous and stunningly refreshing in so many ways. 

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