Cavendish Breeze Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... heavy rain, over the 13km Confederation Bridge to Summerside Prince Edward Island (PEI). Lesson to self..... " don't rent a compact car with a short wheel base, if you don't want to get blowed all over the road in a wind storm". At Summerside we visited the Selmon Park Air Force Base, where my father was stationed during WWI, when he served in the Air Force. There was a memorial display at the park along with 3 older airplanes. We ...
... this a few days later, I can tell you that my words for New Brunswick are: hilly, forested and beautiful. There were rocky outcrops very reminiscent of highway 60 near Algonquin, but different, although I can't point out why. The kids were joking about a camp song they knew. What is Canada? Rocks and trees and trees and rocks and rocks and trees annnnnd.......water!
We arrived at Prince Edward Island in the early ...
... play at the Canada Day ceremonies for the troops here at home.
- He has performed at Canada Day celebrations in Ottawa, and with Shania Twain on David Letterman
- He's toured extensively in Europe, Australia and the US
- He's played for the Prime Minister, Governor General and for us on Saturday night in Stanley Bridge, PEI
He is an engaging and seemingly humble musician who you could see would be as comfortable on any stage ...
Sitting on a beach at Cavendish campground on the north shore of P.E.I. smoking a cigar and enjoying a nip of Ardbeg 10. ~310 miles today. Rode the Confederation Bridge onto the island. Charlottetown was cool. Reminds me of downtown Bloomington with water. Delicious lunch and more good beer. Craft beer local to the island is cheaper than the big name stuff. Ran some hard pack clay/gravel roads as necessary today. Not much other than the main roads is paved ...
Due to a bit of an oversight with our planning, we arrived on Prince Edward Island before the tourist season. The hostel itself had only just opened for the year and there were delightful little piles of snow all over the place. In fact, a woman in the art gallery told us there is usually another snow in June before summer, and one of the hostel staff members said there was snow up to his chest a couple of months ago. I've decided I like Charlottetown but as ...