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... the time we spend sitting in the truck.
We arrived at our campsite and were able to park with the slide looking directly over the ocean. This will be one of the nicest spots we have camped. We can actually see a small portion of the Confederation bridge going to PEI. The tide was out so we took another short walk on the beach before we went out for a seafood supper at the Bel Aire restaurant. Yes, that was its name but it was recommended to us because all ...
We then drove back to the campground to let the dogs out since we had been gone for five hours.
We had not eaten since breakfast, so the Lynches and we decided to take a recommendation from the Kings to have dinner at the PEI Preserve in New Glasgow, near where we had dinner last evening. As we pulled up to the restaurant around 4:30, a tour bus had just arrived, so we were concerned that we would not be able to find a table, but their ...
... the island from the sea, but even most of the tours paddled up the rivers. If I were to ever visit PEI again, it would not be without a kayak, a bike and a lot of cash as I believe that you need these three things to truly take advantage of all it has to offer.
Yesterday we traveled the hour to Charlottetown. It is the capital, and largest city in the providence of Prince Edward. Charlottetown is a cruise port but lucky for us, there was only one ship ...
... 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 ...