Heritage Harbour House Inn
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... are run together as the donkeys will attack the coyote when they come preying. The average farm size is 300 acres and they have a land law that no one person can own more than 1000 acres and a corporation 3000, but this is currently being looked at.
They say summer time in Canada is construction time, be it roadworks or buildings as the winter is too severe to do this ...
Beautiful day, beautiful drive. Long bridge out to the island - over 10km. Red earth reminded us if home. Plenty of potatoes. Delicious mussels. Had dinner with Brooke's old friend From school Nancy and friend Graham. Very nice folks who obviously love PEI. So do we. Ozzie started coming down with cold/flu. First casualty of the ...
Left Fredericton around noon, waited for rain to clear, headed to Moncton, nice Harley/honda dealer there, they liked the Harley King Tour Pak on the bike, they even took pictures. Crossed into PEI on the Confederated Bridge, longest bridge over icy water in the world, at 8 miles long. Toured the Green Gables road through the middle of the island. Lots of farms, lots of potatoes, and along the coast in the bays, lots of clam and oyster farms. Rolling hills, very nice ...
... with a red, much angrier looking rash, that was as hot as if I'd been sun burnt. I had bouts of feeling strange and a bit dizzy, and had to sleep with a wet towel on my legs in the hope of calming it down. I can take a hint, if I kept eating lobster, I either risked ending up looking like one, or to be serious about it, a reaction that would ruin my tour. It took days for it to calm down, and I still had a faint red patch by the end of tour 9 days later. All the lobster highlight ...
... br> We headed to North Rustico to do some shopping and have dinner. We found a great shop full of handmade wool sweaters, mitts and slippers. Of all places, this is where we ended up buying souvenirs. We found beautiful mittens with fuzzy balls inside that are unlike any I've seen before. They were expensive, but worth every penny. The girls will think of this trip everytime they put them on this winter. We walked over to Fisherman's Warf ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking