Delta Prince Edward
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This is one interesting outing, just before supper last night the fire alarm sounded interrupting my beauty nap. I jumped, gathered JC's meds/ insulin and of course the bling and called down to reception. They couldn't confirm or deny at that point. My old safety and security CRHS training kicked in. Over ride time .... then the announcement to …
Cornwell Day 2: We had serious fire envy in the campground last night. Each site has an old wheel rim to use as a fire pit, but as we have no camp chairs we are only using the bench table & stools set we miss out. We had a couple of young lads behind us last night and they were drinking and I was thinking Oh dear.....However they took themselves off somewhere else and I didnt hear them come home, Kathryn did however as they decided to move their tent but one of them was so ...
Driving in to Charlottetown we could not help notice how green and lovely PEI was - I am not usually one to fancy driving by farmland but there is something special here.
With Aunt Michelle and Grandma Sullivan joining us in Charlottetown, we began by visiting a local farmer's market.
Christine and I took off and biked along part of the Confederation Trail which criss crosses ...
Due to a bit of an oversight with our planning, we arrived on Prince Edward Island before the tourist season. The hostel itself had only just opened for the year and there were delightful little piles of snow all over the place. In fact, a woman in the art gallery told us there is usually another snow in June before summer, and one of the hostel staff members said there was snow up to his chest a couple of months ago. I've decided I like Charlottetown but as ...
... of the Dominion of Canada. We learnt that the funny thing was PEI refused to join Canada until several years later when they were nearly bankrupt building a railroad. Around the corner from this within the very compact old town was the Victoria Row area of old shops. This 200m or so strip of shops etc was the historic centre of the city and where we decided to find a place for our evening meal. On walking down the row of restaurants we saw a pizza place advertising ...