Stone'S Throw Inn
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... whole island, however, was that virtually all of the shops, Inns, cafes, farmhouses appeared to be authentically at least 100 years old. Most were clad in weathered shake siding or white slat siding. The morning ride was most fun, up around the north end of the island, with a stop at the 150 year old lighthouse, through absolutely idyllic rolling farm fields with many small lakes and marshlands.
In the afternoon we rode southward through more flat and open ...
... we left to go back to the hotel, and after driving several miles realized we were going the wrong way and turned around, got on the wrong road, found the right road again....by then my head was going south but the car was going north and I had absolutely no idea where the hotel was, what the name of our hotel was or if we would ever see our stuff again. Fortunately Armando finally got us home.
... share with them – will only cost us something like $50 or $60 each which is so so much cheaper than any of the ships excursions. Obviously we’ll be going to the places they want to see but since this is Peggy’s Cove in Halifax and Anne of Green Gables farm in Charlottetown we couldn’t be happier.
We got ourselves organized to go ashore and popped up to the Lido bar to kill some time till they got to open ...
... we’d shared with the previous night, a couple from San Diego, and the ships Doctor and his wife. Another great meal with fascinating conversation. So much fun hearing about other peoples travels and experiences. The 70 year old couple from San Diego are heading to Spain next year to do a hundred mile walk to a special church (didn’t get the name), the doctor and his wife do all sorts of sports including rockclimbing, ...
After morning exercise, Jane and I drove to a needlepoint store in Barrington, RI. The Picket Fence was a quaint little needlepoint store. We enjoyed the drive, lovely scenery along the coast. After lunch at the Black Pearl, Jane, Buddy & I drove around the area to see the historic mansions. Later in the afternoon, Larry and I enjoyed a drink at the oldest bar in the US and saw one of the oldest churches. Dinner at The Mooring was ...