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I was a fan of Lucy Maud Montgomery's Anne of Green Gables ever since childhood. I've always wanted to see the little house in Cavendish, PEI that inspired this beloved work so my sister rented a car and off we went. We got to PEI after a few hours on the road via the bridge from New Brunswick, a bit past noon.
The first place we stopped was the information centre. I gathered a few booklets and ...
... a little Winter wonderland party. What better way to do that than to have a few friends over and go ice skating on the pond.
I may, or may not have mentioned in previous entries that we are living on a beautiful property that is surrounded by farms, forests and our own pond. We would not call it a pond in Australia. A pond to us is a small amount of water that fish swim in. This is a large lake. From the day that we arrived the temperatures ...
... too busy having a phenomenal time. J
Monday (the 22nd), Carolyn, John and Andrew, and Shannon and I drove over to PEI. They dropped us off with our friends Lanny and Martin, and went off to do some sightseeing on their own. We spent the day with Lanny and Martin and had a fantastic time. We ate lunch at a local pub, and then drove through the countryside to the north coast, and Cavendish Beach. We had an awesome time visiting, and ...
... only the way Steve can do it, with total professionalism or just good old island no how. "A lobster should never touch fresh water you see, bring properly salted water to a boil, throw the little buggers in, cook for 20 minutes, and then pull out and dip them into a cooler full of ice and salted water for around 10 minutes." You see, the islanders like to eat them cold, and they come out of the shell so much easier. We are again joined by Trevor (blah blah blah) and ...