Cavendish Breeze Inn
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... of Canada in 1867. The home is where the Lieutenant Governor now lives. The gardens were beautiful. We carried on and passed other heritage homes, and interesting old parts of the old city centre with a lovely pedestrian avenue. Now we are in Nova Scotia, our ninth province, staying in a gorgeous little village called Bear River near Digby. We are staying with Paul's sister Pat and her partner Pete for a few weeks. It will be good to chill for a ...
The view from our campsite in the morning was just as spectacular as the view from the night before. We had a bit of a wet tent because of heavy dew, but other than that, we were in heaven. We had another lazy morning, and both had the opportunity to shower before we headed back on the road.
We continued north, towards North Cape and its lighthouse (the most northerly tip of PEI). The lighthouse was pretty, but the red cliffs that the lighthouse sat on ...
... working on their lobster boat and Bill struck up a conversation....well the next thing we know we are following them home, about a minute up the road and by the time we left we were in possession of a pint sealer of home canned lobster! Thank you McEwans! They also pointed us in the direction of someone we could buy home canned bar clams from but there was no one home. Although this led us to another harbour, Northport, which was ...
... kind of run amok. Nik had brought along some highlighters to draw on each other and we also started doing punishment drawings when either of us failed to keep under par. I won!
We still had an hour or so left after the golf so we went to see Green Gables, the house modelled after the one fictional Anne would have lived in. We also took a walk around the forest where the old amusement park Rainbow Valley used to be. That evening Nik had to go to work, Sam was ...
... did as I was told and believed that the little plane would survive this flight just as it had every other. Low and behold it did, and we arrived in Halifax at nine-thirty to the news of a skunk causing some delay by walking on the runway, somehow he’d disappeared by the time we actually hit the ground though. The pilot would neither confirm nor deny reports that he’d been disposed of.
As a few of the other passengers were taking pictures of the ...