North Rustico Motel Cottages & Inn
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... truck type stand there. I have never seen an icecream that big, it must contained about half a litre of icecream and you would never be able to eat one in the summer without it dripping all down your arm. Needless to say, it was delicious! Overall we covered a great deal of the island yesterday and today and have seen pretty much all the points of interest. There are a great many beautiful golf courses interspersed among the giant brown ...
... farmland, cattle, dairy cows, lakes and little towns. Stopped at Morell a pretty little town by the river for a double check on Jill. When we crossed over the river you know the usual story roadworks ahead stopped at a temporary red light before proceeding over a one-way temporary bridge next to the new bridge being built.
Following the road around St. Peters Bay (a picture perfect view from the hill) to the ...
... is a couple of coves away round the bend the water here must be good as in nearly every cove or bay including ours there are oyster beds.
Lots of wildlife (birds) as we passed many wetlands and lakes on the island can see these at Brackley Beach where we are heading to the point to view the ocean. It's very winding at Brackley Point must be good there is a tourist bus here. The strong wind reminds me of being at ...
... of the highway and when the first came up we had to turn off for Richard to have a little toilet stop in the bush as you cannot stop on the highway because there is fencing all the way on both sides.
We have the road to ourselves with a few cars and semi's some carrying logs coming the other direction on the highway get the occasional high voltage power lines, passed over many small and large rivers especially ...
... were not many fishermen in the marina. One passed us on a tractor moving traps from one side of the marina to the other.
When we got back on the road, we passed St Peters and stopped in at the craft shops on the side of the road. We didn't find anything very interesting but it was another good spot to get out and stretch our legs. We could see hundreds of buoy's for the lobster traps in the bay.
We headed off to ...