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Rode down and around the tip of Cape D'Or along the Bay of Fundy and over the Confederation Bridge to PEI. COOL! Rained on and off all day. Not cool. :) Went out for a funsupper with my Skills friend Sue. Looks like rain for tomorrow so we'll just be tourists in Charlottetown. Not a bad place to ...
... t really sing under our shoes just a small noise. Nice views looking out to the sea on one side there is white sand and dunes with the other side you have the red cliffs with forest on top and white sand at the shoreline.
Out of all the places the cottage owners told us to see this is the only spot that is beautiful and
worth seeing. His meaning of beautiful is very different to ours. That is enough sightseeing ...
Well the little town was nothing special had our afternoon tea at the wharf walked around the block looking at the buildings the Little Chocolate Shop was very expensive took a photo of the largest tree on PEI and then drove back to the Cottage. The route Jill chose was the same as what I did on the map Route 1 to Route 13 had a detour because a bridge was out passed what
looked like a Ski Lift at ...
... inspiration for the setting in Lucy Montgomery's classic fiction Anne of Green Gables to see the house which inspired to write. In real life the farm was the home of David Jr. and his sister Margaret cousins of Montgomery's grandfather. Her lived not far from the house. Mum had all of her books and I read them when I was young plus I saw the movie.
It was lovely to walk through the period home and yard plus see ...
We set off in the morning for some more coastal driving before heading along the motorway to Caribou and the free ferry crossing to Prince Edward Island (PEI). Until May 1997 the ferry was the only means of getting to the island. In 1997 a 12km (8 miles) bridge was opened. Now, no one pays to enter PEI – the bridge and ferry tolls are paid only on departure or, as the locals like to say, only if you decide to leave!
The ferry was a good chance to have ...