Cavendish Breeze Inn
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... anything different was a problem
We were stuck indoors for the evening and I used the RV shower to avoid the infestation in the shower block
Next day we walked the length of the beach and spit of sand dunes that extends into the bay - maybe 12 km. there was a good breeze off the gulf of St Lawrence so the mozzies kept at bay
Beautiful place. Watched the lobster boats at ...
... it hasn't much changed in those intervening years on the island - not in the intrinsics. It's so believable. But (as I was in big trouble for saying to Jude) Anne's not real, you know... She was to us and we had a lot of fun imaging Anne in these places and Matthew working in gently rolling hills and Mirella cooking on the Waterloo stove with geraniums in the window and the apple tree full of blossoms in the yard outside What a glorious day with no mistakes in it (it's an Anne ...
... chowder. Both were very tasty and chocked full of potatoes and clams and seafood respectively.
After lunch, we went next door and checked out the museum. There was some interesting information that they presented, but it was mostly just boards with words and not much “stuff” to look at.
We then drove to the Wool Sweater Company to check out the handmade clothing. They had some beautiful sweaters.
... an adventure. Supper was at the "Pilot House" with friends Leona and Bernard. Woke up overnight (3:00am) with a swollen throat, a reaction to the feather bedding. They have to go ! Meds time. The ladies program for the day is much more exciting than the men's . While they are in their session in the morning we get to sleep in then get up in time for lunch with Mr Mayor. After lunch it's off to a Mall Crawl at 2:00pm and martinis at Mavor's located ...
... was closed preventing us from climbing to the lantern room for panoramic views of the bay and the town of Souris. Fortunately, the lighthouse isnt surrounded by fencing so despite not being able to go inside we were still able to get our postcard perfect lighthouse pictures. Souris is a slightly bigger fishing town and the departure port for the Ferry to Iles de la Madeleine, apparently a favoured holiday destination of the Quebecois (aka Quebecians as I like to still call ...