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... for a travel magazine stopped by and conversation ensued. The topic of fishermen being the most independent worker came up. I would tend to agree. Work ***********'t get paid. Start and stop when you need. Adapt and overcome when on your own on the boat. Stick it to the man with regards to official records. Honest rewards for honest efforts. Motorcycle riding is the same way. Bikes don't ride themselves. You've either got the gps tracks, photos and ...
... laugh in her face as she tried to tell me the British Isles’ founding fathers were made of people who resembled bulldogs, but once again not a blink.
A few more hours in the bigot’s company followed before I was collected by Jessy, Leighton, and Helen, and whisked away from the restaurant to the solace of some one-armed lobsters, homemade chowder, and leftover birthday cake from Georgia’s party: heaven after a testing week.
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 ...
... a problem. He just had to fulfill his duties. He told us to enjoy ourselves and this great weather which has been like another month of summer! So we did.
As with the other eastern provinces we have travelled via the secondary roads and are taking the scenic drives. We began on Points East Coastal Drive enjoying a picnic lunch at Woods Island Lighthouse and then our next stop was Cape Bear Lighthouse. Cape Bear was built in 1881 and was the first to hear the distress ...
Today we went to Charlottetown for the day. We walked along the waterfront and through the downtown area. It is a quaint government town where they really take labour day to heart (everything was closed). We still enjoyed ourselves.
Back in Cavendish, we stopped for a Cows icecream and then headed back to our amazing campsite to watch the sunset from our practically private beach. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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