After exploring the site of Green Gables, we discovered that there are lots of trails surrounding the house. One of these houses lead to the site where Lucy Maud Montgomery’s house once stood. Other trails led through the woodland around the house, and they were gorgeous!
We originally began walking down the trail to Lucy Maud Montgomery’s house, but then realized that we didn’t buy tickets for that area, so we turned back. Also, the trails go through a golf course where people were playing, and we worried for the safety of our heads!
We took a trail just off the main house and were blown away by the beauty!
While wandering we saw a little side trail. No one else was walking that way, so we did!
We came upon what looked like an abandoned house. I’m thinking it was just a storage shed, but the place was seriously creepy and eerie.
After leaving the trail and getting back onto the main trail, we climbed a few steps and there was supposed to be a viewing point. I did not see a view. Just trees.
But heading back to the house we walked beside a cute little stream.
These little milk bottles in the next few photos are tied in the stream on purpose. There was a plaque that said how to keep their milk cold during the school day, the children would throw their milk into the water. Pretty smart I’d say!
I love hiking and wandering trails. These trails were no exception! They were beautiful 🙂
My next post will be about the site where Lucy Maud Montgomery’s house once stood!
Do you love walking the trails?