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... the way over and when we got to the island it was still wet and very cold. We drove around the island until we reached the Anne of Green Gables museum which is the old farmhouse that belonged to Lucy M. Montgomerys uncle and aunt and which was the inspiration for her many novels. It was a lovely old house and apart from the ...
... It was as good as any other free continental breakfast but I had to laugh when Jenny served herself up some Fruit Loops after eating cereal for breakfast for the past few weeks.
After breakfast we got tidied up and I took Lance back to Avis (conveniently we could see the Avis lot from the hotel as it was about 200' away across the street). I was back to the room before Jenny was out of the shower and opened my book for a bit of reading ...
... day on the island and I travelled the charlotte's shore and that was the end of my journey to the island...Kings county will have to wait till maybe next summer. it was a great relaxing time on the island, my F800R kept me company, I didn't have any issues except my INFO switch malfunction and had ordered one a month prior to this trip and it was on back order till aug....other than that, I enjoyed every moment of the island on my bike, cant wait till next ...
Time at home has included building a snow cave with the neighbours - Evan and Ellen and also doing some sledding with Rainy. The sledding was great fun as we have quite a large hill that goes down into the lake so we started up there and slid down. Emily thought she saw a deer today but we are not sure. The only wildlife that we have spotted so far has been birdlife. Some of the birds feeding in the trees around us include Chickadees, Bluejays ...
... was this crazy pool that the kids ran around inside of bubbles. See the pictures.
Dinner at a great place called the Sand Box. Rosanne and Eddie led us to our hotel. Jacob and Michelle took a walk to see a pretty church nearby, a historic cemetery, and local monument. We were exhausted from a lousy night of sleep on the ferry from Newfoundland and turned in fairly early.