Inn on the Lake
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... visit with Nanny and some other aunts, uncles and cousins. Next day, we packed up and were on the road by 11am back home.
Another adventure ended, and PEI was one of the favourites this season so far in spite of the road rash. After we got home, Margaret realized that the area of PEI we were in, was close to where Dad Kenny (grandfather) was from....he was born in 1900, L.M. Montgomery was born in 1897....I wonder if their paths ever crossed?....
... it turned out not spicy at all so perhaps the spicy tolerance here is lower than I had expected. It would have been nicer to half some fresh peanuts and lime to garnish, but overall the seafood was fresh and the flavour quite good despite being sweeter and quite oily. The city is quiet and most people don't carry umbrellas. The popular thing seems to be wearing a waterproof jacket according to Mona.
Today is Steffie's birthday and she is officially old at 30 years of age. It was a modest coffee and toast for breakfast before having a shower and hitting the road towards Hopewell Rocks. We passed through the rest of Fundy National Park and the town of Alma, not having time to stop because we were racing to reach the high tide mark at 10:48am. We got there on time and walked a kilometre from the visitor information centre ...
What a day! (yesterday)
We started the morning with a short (2 hour) practice,and the moms were again able to hike the beautiful trails.
After checking out of the hotel, we headed south to "Peggy's Cove". That place is amazing.
As you can see from the pictures it is a small fishing village with a ...
Now that I have arrived, I will no longer be keeping a daily blog here. While I spend my summer exploring and discovering all that the Maritimes have to offer, you can catch up on my (prolific) photo documentation here on ...