Cavendish Country Inn
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... harbour. It was a case of, which direction to look as it was all picturesque. Boats, smooth water and sunshine make for great photos.
We passed the house where L.M. Montgomery was born. Her mother died when she was 21 months old and she went to live with her maternal grandparents in Cavendish and that is where she lived until adulthood. It was in New London.
Still on the hunt for lighthouses we went down a few bush tracks that led us ...
... The beauty of the 1200 boxer motor is it has tons of torque. Don't need to ride at maximum attack, but can just stay around 4k rpm and sort of glide. I'd imagine it's how raptors soar on the thermal currents. Camping next to a couple from Montreal. They got here on bicycles loaded down for touring. Now that's some work! Also lots of Illeachean (clans from Islay, Scotland) family names on the east side of PEI. Apologies for typos. Hacking this out with my ...
... sun was finally shining the rolling hills. Brilliant colours. It truly is beautiful. When we made it to the national park. We were surprised that the gates were unmanned. We drove around trying to find the camp grounds. Believe it or not Deryck even stopped and asked directions! Once we got re oriented and heading in the right direction. We came across a fox and her four kits. Deryck stopped so I could take a picture. As soon as I climbed it of the Aspen ...
... search of a campground. I really wanted to stay at Cavendish Beach in the National Park, but because of the additional park fees (just shy of $8 a person, per day, on top of our camping fees), we decided to stay at the KOA just down the street, and have a beach day later on during our visit. We pulled in to the KOA, set-up camp, and relaxed with our books and a drink.
During my travel book reading, I had found a drive-in movie theatre near Cavendish, ...
... there are huge sand dunes in this area. We had a very relaxing time walking the beach, picnicking and napping in the sun. These are especially the times when you don't want the day to end.
But finally we packed up and pointed Mac back in the direction of Victoria where we enjoyed another meal of fish & chips at the Lobster Barn.
Tomorrow it's off to the capital and a special theater performance in the evening!