Cavendish Breeze Inn
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... We notice that everything here on the Island is very orderly - lawns always mowed, houses neat and tidy - even the boats are lined up end-to-end in the small harbors.
We visited the Green Gables Heritage Place in Cavendish, touring the house that was the author's inspiration for the setting of the classic tale of fiction, "Anne of Green Gables." (Thought of you, Katie....)
... last couple of days as the weather is pretty yuk, and our Suzi bike is not well. Doesn't want to go. Good chance for us to catch up on some reading, and of course the Travel blog. Hope you are all enjoying it. We love sharing our adventure with you.
Leaving here tomorrow, heading towards Quebec. About 17 more days until we head back into the U.S. and down the coast to Florida, where it is hopefully much warmer..
We've rather enjoyed the slower paced mornings this trip, compared to our trip two years ago. As the three provinces (compared to 7 plus a few states) are quite a bit smaller, we know that we can relax in the morning.
Today was no exception. We were rather tired from our late night before (from the drive in), so we didn't get up at the crack of dawn. We eventually emerged from our tent because we were hungry, so Craig whipped up some delicious egg and ham ...
... Prince Edward Island's greatest asset (as I see it) is her raw beauty. Fields of wildflowers, forests of pine and birch, neat rows of crops that stretch in bright green lines to the sea. And then there is the sea itself. We spent a lot of time driving the coastal roads and it seems that at every turn you get a glimpse of the sparking blue waters. I have to say, that my favorite part are the red dirt roads that wind through the country side. I could spend hours ...
... the house. Each room is nicely decorated. Feeling a bit of hunger, we stopped to pick up snacks before strolling through the trail. My sister got a muffin while I got a Raspberry Cordial to sip along the walk. We made sure to stop and snap a shot of Lover's Lane. It was a half hour walk, during which I stripped off some birch as a souvenir.
Before going home, we wanted to stop by Charlottetown ...