Cavendish Country Inn
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... while their brother John was an exceptional keyboard player. They sang and played their instruments while doing the Step Dance, and even the hoolahoop for one song! We also saw the musicians' mother, Dorothy, when she came onstage to do a Step Dance. She was in great shape, and reminded me of Carol and her tap dancing. Charlottetown is a lovely city. We walked about quite a bit which took us past Confederation House where important meetings led to ...
... out meat from every crevice in the lobster, including its claws.
Lobster was the most exciting for me, but I think it's safe to say that Craig was the most excited about dessert (unlimited!). I ordered lemon meringue pie, and Craig started with cherry pie. I had to tap out after my piece, but Craig ordered a piece of meringue to finish off with. The dinner was very filling (top button undone on pants filling), but soooo good.
At this point the ...
... made it out of the campsite when there was a field of potatoes in bloom that had to be photographed! Unbelievable how beautiful potato blossoms can be when they cover acres & acres! We had only gone about 20km when we came upon Seacow Pond, which is a quaint little harbour with an observation deck........"Bill, please pull in" I occasionally have to be polite! It worked and in we went, me to take pictures, Bill to chat. There was ...
... thanks Dale :)
and caught the Anne & Gilbert show in Charlottetown
think we've gotten a good taste of the maritimes
feel it's time to head out..
... dedicated to the life of Sir Winston Churchill, Prime Minister of England during WWII and afterward, a very quaint restaurant with seating capacity for maybe 30 people plus bar seating. After a difficult choice from Canadian and English menu specialties, Peggy got a tuna salad sandwich with fries and I got a bowl of curried chicken. Both were fresh and excellent local food.
After lunch, we walked about 3 blocks to the shops on the wharf where we bought T-Shirts ...