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... Gables) and we went to lunch at Terre Rouge (red land, named after the rich red soil PEI is famous for). I had PEI mussels.
We checked into the Delta Prince Edward, sister hotel of the one we just left in Moncton. We settled in, then I went back out to shop a little but it was quite brisk and windy and I hadn’t brought my coat along, so I bagged the concept, except that I stopped by Cows to try Canada’s famous ice cream. ...
Well we woke up to the sound of rain hitting our rubber roof this morning. Looks like a dreary day outside but tomorrow promises to be a sunny day in Charlottetown so that lifts our spirits. We had a late start off to Charlottetown PEI today. Figured since it was raining anyway, no need to rush out. We had a pleasant little drive along the St. John River and now on the Trans Canada Hwy heading to ...
... not until after 5. We got a great corner window table looking out over the garden and a pond. Shirley ordered fishcakes, a salad and blueberry beer, and I ordered lobster pot pie, salad, and a red island beer (both beers are brewed on PEI). We then ordered desserts – Shirley had a raspberry cream pie and I had a warm strawberry rhubarb crisp with ice cream. The food and beers were excellent!
We then drove back to the campground after a beautiful day shared with ...
After listening to the heavy downpour last night and getting up to a dark cloudy day I decided to remain an extra day in town and visit the historic district. I had a wonderful walking day with the clouds disappearing shortly after noon and a beautiful blue sky came out and held for the rest of the day. The Historic district was a bit of a disappointment as most of the houses although old were of the clapboard variety and rather ...
It's Ground Hog Day, 2013. The sky is clear and it is -20 with the wind chill. At around 5PM our journey starts. We leave Charlottetown and, if we make all our connections, in about 30 hours of planes and airports we will be arriving in Phuket, Thailand. Then it won't matter if he sees his shadow or not. For us, winter will be over in about 30 hours time.
Yesterday was a pretty great day too. After 40 years of working in the IT industry I ...