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... Interpretive Centre, the restaurant owned by the Rankin Family, the Highland Village Museum, Ceilidh College, the Miner's Museum and Louisbourg. Well, that's the plan in case I don't have time to tell you about it after we do all that!
So, in short, we are alive and well and having a great time! (and yes, so far the plan is to come home again). I miss my kids and grandkids and my friends at work (but not work - LOL).
See you ...
... nation of Canada in 1873 was the promise of federal money to complete and maintain the railway system, which brought prosperity to the island in many ways.
One of the most interesting exhibits was about the evolution of the car ferries connecting the island with the mainland. The Northumberland Strait separating PEI from Nova Scotia and New Brunswick is relatively shallow, and therefore subject to freezing in the winter. The first transport to and from the ...
... That may sound selfish, but it’s a visceral feeling I can’t help but enjoy. It’s almost like an adult version of the last day of school….
We don't have to think about reservations until we get to Florida in December. We can just go and know we can find good campsites wherever we land. Yes, there will be some ...
... by long sand dunes, and given that there is only one main road, it is impossible to get lost!
We were greeted by fishing shacks and beach shacks of varying sizes, colours and condition as we drove north. Fishing (especially for lobster) is the main industry on the islands, followed by tourism. Kayaking, wind surfing and kite surfing are all popular pastimes here in this windswept isles. I think everyone also loves to cycle here, as ...
... for a thin grey-brown strip of land on the horizon at the edge of the sea many miles away. There is a map in the series of photos below that provides some idea of where we landed.
Shown in the first photo are the flags of Canada and Quebec. On Monday we moored up near the small harbor of Cap-Aux-Meules, located on the island of the same name. This island is about 50 miles off the coast of Quebec out in the Atlantic. It has red-brown cliffs that give it ...