Brackley Beach North Winds
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In Charlottetown we were suitably dismissive of Province House, giving it a cursory glance and walking around the outside. Province House, it turns out was where the Confederation was signed, the birthplace of the nation if you like - we did take a couple of photos.
We even went inside St Dunstan's Basillica - Kathy Haines fist time- and oohed and ahhed whilstwarming up. A walk around the ...
... Sam left us at the top as she had to get back for work and Leanna went back with her. Melody and I chatted to some campers at the top and I took some pictures of the view. I asked about what was on the other side of the hill and Melody took me to try to find a trail. We ended up walking for another hour or so along farmland and through overgrown mozzie filled paths. We didn't find our way to the other side of the hill but the walk was still lots of fun. We came out at a ...
... I was toe tapping along with everyone until interval, when my heavy eyelids would stay open no longer. Then, as usual, I slept in the stroller next to the table.
Whilst connected to the mainland via The Confederation Bridge since 1997, islanders have still maintained their unique and welcoming culture, that everyone who visits appreciated. The show was the perfect way to bid "Bye bye Charlottetown, and bye bye PEI"! We will be back again!
We woke up late and lingered, Cheryl Lee couldn't jump start her iphone, felt cut off from everyone down home. Cavendish trail on the map today, we detoured to Charlottetown's Telus first, to fix Cheryl Lee's life support system (her cell phone!) so she could regain a normal breathing pattern. iphone fixed in a matter of minutes, we navigated towards Brackley Road Dunes Studio. GPS ****** me off once again, so I ...
... br> No big deal I thought, we still have 1 lap top functioning.
We both decided to charge up our camera batteries for the next day excursion, when Cheryl Lee's charger decided to kick the bucket as well.
The hair spiked on our head, electronics strike one was an unreliable GPS system, strike two were 6 sets of empty camera batteries, strike three was a deceased lap top charger and strike four was now another deceased rechargeable battery ...