Cavendish Country Inn
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... Anne books - Lovers' Lane, the Haunted Woods - as well as the countryside - were based on real trails and woods in Cavendish, PEI.
Th Green Gables house itself is a quaint old house, pretty - but what I really liked were the trails behind the house - beautiful clover-filled meadows, apple trees, birch trees and wildflowers lined these trails.
LM Montgomery's home no longer stands, but the foundation remains.
... is out in Cavendish, so we made Cavendish our home base for a couple of nights. The Green Gables Historic site was more than we were anticipating...well, let's be honest, more than I was anticipating. Craig continued to debate whether or not he would join me, all the way up to the ticket booth. In the end, I bought two tickets. I wasn't expecting the house to be a National Historic Site, but as it is part of the Prince Edward Island National Park, I suppose that ...
... of Stompin' Tom Connors! Bill was asking for lunch so I threw together leftover lobster and crab sandwiches and we picnicked by the harbour. We then headed down along the coast to Miminegash where we turned inland and headed back to Tignish! We arrived in Tignish having travelled all of 79km in 5 hours.....now that is moving! From here we travelled to Cabot Beach Provincial Park were we set up camp for the night on the Green Gables ...
... the whole day off but unfortunately the most adventurous we got was walking the dog before I had to go back and lie down. I ended up going to sleep at 5pm and not waking up until 9 the next morning. I felt bad for ruining the day but I guess travelling had caught up with me.
I felt much better Thursday morning though and in the few hours between jobs we went into town and said hi to Antonio, had lunch at the Churchill Arms, paid a parking ticket, took back the dvds, ...
... for us, because it was September, some of the more tourist-type traps created to cash in on Anne-mania were closed for the season. For instance, we didn't have to agonize if we were going to go to the Shining Waters Family Fun Park (shoot!). We also weren't able to take in Avonlea Village, a re-creation of Anne's town with costumed performers and the opportunity to learn how to play the spoons.
But what was still open ...