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We started off this morning on our way to Nova Scotia and ended up in P.E.I. How does that happen you ask? Well, take two ADD type personalities, flavour with steaming hot lattes, toss in a bit of "no agenda today", and a dash of rambling on. Sometimes the best laid plans are meant to be changed. So it's off to Prince Edward Island... Crossing the long Confederation Bridge into ...
... and wow - a sandy beach either way as long as the eye could see 'sans people'.
Swimming time though one had to be cautious of the jelly fish which were all over the place.
Caleb learned to do Dune running and jumping - all completed with minimal injury.
After lunch we continued around the East side of PEI and got to Basin Head beach. More jelly fish but warmer waters and got to jump off a bridge into the water - right in front of ...
... to train for water helicopter landings and the couple had boat races on the lake. It is a lovely home on a beautiful piece of property.
The Farmers' Bank of Rustico is typical of early P.E.I. architecture and a symbol of survival of the Acadian people. The British exiled these French people from the area but hundreds escaped into the woods and many in the area are their descendants. The Cajans of Louisiana are also descendants of the Acadians, ...
... in PEI. Summerside features a street called Glover Shore Rd (see photo of me in the pouring rain). After lunch and a short walk around we were off to the Confederation Bridge that would take us to New Brunswick and then onto Nova Scotia and our stop for the night a charming old house now a hostel in Wentworth.
The bridge is impressive at over 8miles long. It costs $45 CAD to cross but this includes the ferry we took earlier over to the island so it’s not so ...
Tuesday 10th September: Forgot to mention a day or so ago that we had to put our watches forward another hour, so are now an hour different to Paula in New York. Docked at 8.30 at Charlottetown on Prince Edward Island– went ashore with the computers in the hope of finding WFI – a freezing cold wind blowing as we came ashore, then into the warm terminal which had ...