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While waiting for the 75 minute ferry from Wood Islands, PEI doc to Caribou, NS, the local fishermen were busy "gathering" their bread'n butter after a week off from fierce wind and choppy seas. A boat went out at midnight and returned 9 hours later with a full catch. A crane picks up these overflowing herring blue boxes, transferring ...
... way towards Cape Breton Island. We were looking for a good place to stop on the side of the road for the night so Chris turned onto a small, promising looking road called Big Island. We found ourselves on a long empty road with the beach on one side and water on the other. Like the road was on a little shelf, connecting two outcroppings of land. It was quiet and beautiful so we stopped for the night. The sunset was amazing and we ...
... hilarious. It must be such a boring job in the off-season to sit behind a desk and wait for folk to pop in. I can't imagine she gets much traffic. Also funny, was her face when we said we had started our tour in Boston. She asked if she could help us with anything, then asked where our tour had started when we mentioned what we were doing. She couldn't believe how far we'd ...
... to tell me that there was a Dutch guy coming by campus today with his Dutch Truck, sometime between 12 and 2 pm, and if I checked my e-mail he’d let me know when he’d be there so we could go together. This sounded intriguing, if slightly ominous, and so we headed over to his office. The Dean is extremely nice, and explained that there are a lot of Dutch people, or Canadian Dutch people living in the area, mostly from Limburg and Noord Brabant (imported ...
... it sounds a lot like the tv show The Walton's. We ate supper at a pub my dad when he was young would eat at. I had the best fish n' chips in my life. The picture of me getting a bottle of water is the same place my dad when he was little would come and get water for his grandmother (my great grandmother). The best water I've ever had and to this day people come from miles around to get water from this spring.