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There are lots of rental cottages, like the ones on top of the hill overlooking this beach. I think farmers & people with extra land have looked to tourism for extra income. Outside the large towns of Charlottetown & Summerside there is a marked absence of big name lodgings & stores which I think adds to the charm & in uniqueness of this island.
... will be no classes during this time. Students who volunteer for 12 hours during this time will gain entrance to the final MuchMusic video dance at the end of the Conference. As parents, you also have the opportunity to volunteer - we need drivers for the car rally for the advisors and chaperones for the buses to go to Charlottetown to ...
... 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 ...
... so Nick got up early the day of her birthday to go shovel it off. Emily volunteered to assist him but I am not actually sure what assistance she actually was in the end.
She had a great morning and was very spoilt by us. As well as some cards that had been sent over by family and friends at home with i-tune cards and money in them she got some Justine Beiber perfume, a collection of craft things to make and do and a very cute dog hat with a built ...
... 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.