Fall in Beautiful Prince Edward IslandThis is footaage I took using my DJI Mavic Pro. I am a Transport Canada LIcensed drone operator
The West Point Lighthouse in the fallThe West Point Lighthouse in Prince Edward Island is one of the most recognizable lighthouses in PEI.
Victoria by the SeaVictoria by the Sea is a beautiful village in Prince Edward Island. I hope you enjoy this short video of this picturesque place!
Osprey Cove Productions is a Transport Canada licensed drone operator (I was not paid to create this video).
Hopewell Cape, NB (The Rocks)Drones are not permitted in the park. However, I had special permission. It was foggy which is too bad, but I tried to adjust it as best I could. I hope you enjoy it.
Alma, NBBeautiful Alma NB taken at low tide. The fog was rolling in which made for interesting footage near the end. This footage was taken on Saturday, June 15, 2019. I am a Transport Canada Licensed drone operator.
South Eastern NB Covered BridgesHere is a video I did of some of the covered bridges in the south east part of New Brunswick. Here is the list of bridges in order:
Boudreau Covered Bridge, Memramcook
William Mitton Covered Bridge, Coverdale
Wheaton Covered Bridge, Sackville
Hasty Covered Bridge, Salisbury
Hartley Covered Bridge, Hillsborough
Cape Jourimain lighthouse, New BrunswickI received permission to fly my drone at the Cape Jourimain lighthouse in New Brunswick
Peggy's CoveOne of the most beautiful places in Canada.
WaterWorks Pools and SpasLast year I was asked to offer a free video for a fundraising event for Easter Seals Send a Kid to Camp. Waterworks won and I created this video for them.
Fort Beauséjour – Fort Cumberland National Historic Site, Parks CanadaI received permission from Parks Canada to fly the drone at this historic park (quite a bit of paperwork involved). It has a different look in the winter time, but still pretty cool. You can clearly see the original shape of the fort.
Fort Beauséjour is a large five-bastioned star fort on the Isthmus of Chignecto, a neck of land connecting present-day New Brunswick with Nova Scotia, Canada. The site was strategically important in Acadia, a French colony that included parts of what is now Quebec, The Maritimes, and northern Maine. It was built by the French from 1751 to 1752. It was surrendered to the British in 1755 after the Battle of Fort Beauséjour and renamed Fort Cumberland. The fort played an important role in the Anglo-French rivalry of 1749-63 and in the 1776 Battle of Fort Cumberland when sympathisers of the American Revolution were repulsed.
Today the site is a National Historic Site of Canada, named the Fort Beauséjour – Fort Cumberland National Historic Site. Portions of the fort have been restored. A museum at the site depicts the conflicts between France and Britain in the 1700s, and the later struggle between America and Britain. The site sees about 6000 visitors each year.
Stewart Harbourside Cottage5-bedroom, 2.5 bathroom vacation home cottage located in beautiful West Point, Prince Edward Island. Walking distance to local fishing port, sandy beach, Cedar Dunes Provincial Park, and West Point Lighthouse.
In the late 1790’s or early 1800’s, Angus Stewart left Scotland and began a voyage which landed him in West Point, Prince Edward Island. There have been eight generations of this Stewart line, past and present, who have lived on property in West Point, Prince Edward Island. The cottage is a replica of the home of Angus’ grandson, Big Philip Stewart, who is in turn, the great-grandfather of Audrey (Stewart) MacDonald and the great-great grandfather of Lynn MacDonald (Schweitzer), the owner/operators of the cottage. The cottage was built in 1994/95 and opened as Stewart Memorial House Bed and Breakfast; its name and design a tribute to the family history. We are now operating the property as a weekly vacation home rental and as such, the name has been changed to Stewart Harbourside Cottage.
Inside the cottage is a full kitchen with fridge, stove, microwave, dishwasher, etc. Wifi internet, as well as a television with a DVD player and satellite dish are provided, but the main entertainment is enjoying the natural outdoors. You can easily walk to the local fishing port and from there walk for miles on unsupervised sandy beaches in either direction. Do not let our latitude deceive you: in the summer the beaches of the Northumberland Strait have the warmest water north of the Carolinas (https://www.tourismpei.com/about-our-beaches). During the summer season, at Cedar Dunes Provincial Park, a very short drive or a reasonable walk away, you can enjoy interpretive programs and a lifeguard-supervised beach. Within the park is the West Point Lighthouse, which is known to many around the world.