Hidden Acres Cottages

Address: Cavendish, Prince Edward Island, Canada | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Cavendish

Anne's Land

A travel blog entry by sunnydaze on Jul 12, 2015

6 photos

... tidal pools. Crabs on the rocks. The tide had been high in the mid-afternoon but was now retreating, so many of the crabs and jelly fish were dead, but some were alive. There were various seaweeds on the beach as well, varying in description from stringy black, to leafy purple to green ribbons. I thought about invasive species and wished I could remember if any were invasive here.

We watched the sun set and talked until the stars came ...

Happy 148th Canada Day!

A travel blog entry by ljjohnson on Jul 01, 2015

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As the sun dawns first upon the east coast on the 148th Canada Day I am reminded how lucky and proud I am to be a Canadian. Oh sure, I complain about the weather and the mosquitos and the vast distances one needs to travel to see family and friends. But at the heart of it, I wouldn't have it any other way. My niece called me the most "patriotic Canadian" she knows ...

Go East - D4

A travel blog entry by macdubhsith on Jul 03, 2014

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... is to ferry to Nova Scotia and land in New Glasgow. Then either stay there or head to Halifax to wait out the storm on Saturday. Cape Breton and Cabot Trail on Sunday, ferry to Newfoundland on Monday or Monday night. GS is running pretty good. The ABS sensor seems to have fixed it self. Tires either on the way out to NL or on the way back (if needed to get in stock). Maybe felt some clutch slippage when really cranking on the power in 6th. Otherwise ...

Prince Eddie Island. Day 879.

A travel blog entry by bri74 on Oct 05, 2013

15 photos

... flashing beauties.
The long road down was smooth and was surrounded by farm land. It turned to gravel for about half a mile at the end. It was a nice quiet spot and would have been a great place to camp, as long as the lighthouse wasn't blaring it's horn.
We took a short break and mucked around in the park area. Across the way was a wrecked old chowder hut which was a real shame. I could really go for some chowder right now. ...

Lighthouse obsession

A travel blog entry by rorox on Sep 25, 2013

12 photos

... the typical lifestyle and housing of a lighthouse keeper in the 1800s, with the oil lamp, wooden clothing trunk, antique stove and straw mattress. On the fourth floor is where the weights were raised or lowered in order to rotate the lantern. In the early days of use the lighthouse required 2 to 3 gallons of whale oil to run the energy for the rotation of the lantern. Gradually coal and kerosene were introduced and then electricity in 1957. This room was filled with ...