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One week at the Cymbria Campground. Very lovely treed .. Green spot. Free showers!! WooHoo!! Internet so-so, depending on the day. Right now, it is frozen, so I am trying to recall the week "off-line" and will copy and paste later. We are off tomorrow, back to New brunswick.
From our previous camp site, we toured through more of west PEI.. Here we are more central and have spent time in the North ...
... wine the night before. Remembering how poorly dear Diana Berry was when she drank all the 'Raspberry cordial’ we resisted and took a hipflask full for a cold train or rainy day-looking forward to your report back if you beat us to tasting it K&C!
Whilst we’re not exactly roughing it yet, a few days on the Island in a lovely bubble of relaxation has set us up well and truly for a couple of days travel before we hit Ottawa and finally get on track to the ...
... farmers use it for fertiliser. We saw trays of seaweed being dried out at the harbour in Charlottetown. On the other side of the bay you can see a harbour with a Lighthouse on the point a small town with homes on the shoreline. Next Richard drove down the other gravel road to the lookout on the seaside. Climbed the tower to have a look never took any photos here as it is virtually the same views as yesterday at Brackley ...
... Dalvay Golf Course Resort overlooking Dalvay Lake.
Saw more mussel farms at Winter Lake passed many chalets, cottages, B&B's and motels all over the island a real tourist place with its rich soil to grow mainly potatoes by the looks of it plus blueberries, strawberries, corn and other products plus raise cattle for meat and diary cows.
Being a small island it doesn't take long to reach the outer ...
... extension cords plugged into the road. Wish I took a photo it looked very funny this went on for a half a mile or so before Kouchibougnac lots of cute little B&B's plus motels on the highway.
The views along the way were very much the same with forests, houses and the three main big towns Richibucto, Bouctouche and Shediac were at the entry of big river ways with high bridges (like driving through Perth round the ...