Coastal Inn Antigonish
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... take but not finding it.
I stopped at Lake O'Law picnic park to use the facilities, but also to admire the colors of the leaves here around the lake.
Upon exit of this park, I came across this plaque on a rock by the road, and being curious I went over to check it out and learned some more history.
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 ...
... more focused on tourism and fishing. We picked Kings County because the drive seemed pretty and there was a convenient little ferry in the southern part of PEI that would take us down into Nova Scotia. We drove to the town of Montague and took a fantastic stroll along the water, watching the birds dive and pull out unsuspecting fish and enjoying the cool fresh air. Then we drove to Buffaloland Park where PEI houses 24 buffalo. They ...
... books,and superheroes. She is quite admant there her favorite superhero is Batman, and NOT Superman. We grabbed a few graphic novels at the library, including Super Girl (which Mila does enjoy). We took the books with us out to the beach and had a "comic book picnic." Her favorite beach game at the moment is pretending to be Calypso, Queen of the Sea. I am ...
... color of the cheese. I told her it really absolutely was cheese, but her reply was ‘Mama, cheese is not orange, cheese is YELLOW!’ Can’t really argue with that, can you?
After lunch we headed out to Pomquet beach. It was very quiet there as the weather was nice and warm but completely overcast. It was a bit of a drive out there, but well worth it! The beach is sandy, with lots of stones, which meant lots of searching for enormous ...