Causeway Bay Hotel
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... of the island so after exploring we will leave from that end.
We decided to stay in a campground near Summerside, PEI at an Passport America place called Crystal Cove. We heard it is only open for 2 more days this season so we jumped on it. We also decided we would do some sightseeing until dinner around the upper central part of the island and then end our night at one of the famous church lobster suppers. The island is small so it is easy to get around even ...
... mackerel). The lobsters are attracted by it and come in through holes in the traps. Once in, they can't get out. There is an "escape hatch" for the really small ones that can't be kept anyways. The crew lady told me that they get $3 per pound for the small ones and $4 a pound for the large ones. She said it was the same as twenty years ago. This particular boat (called Great Big Sea) put out ...
... are lots of bikes out today - mostly day riders with PEI or NB plates. We passed lots of fields with the red soil billed but not yet sprouted. With either an ocean or green vegetation background it is a beautiful sight. I took lots of pictures but none of them really show how cool it looks to drive past and look down each row. There are lupins in the ditches which are blooming pink, purple and white. The houses here seem to be ...
... apparently very cold and bleak there in winter with not much to see or do. Most things are closed so we look forward to visits there in the summer as Anne of Green Gables is one of my favourite books and this is where the stories were set.
We have also ventured into Moncton which is a larger city (about 100,000 population) to do some shopping. The girls needed some things for school like school books and stationary so we went to a big Walmart there to buy ...
... ashamed to admit getting a few things in both my eyes during the movie, but considering our current situation, I feel that is fair. But in order to redeem myself, I am drinking beer while watching hockey playoffs at the moment. After this I might smoke a cigar and chop a cord of wood with my bare hands.
Tomorrow Nova Scotia!