The Hotel on Pownal
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... I can clearly see that he is handcuffed while sitting in the boat. One of the locals said that he probably jumped off the bridge but he didn't see the handcuffs. We will probably never find out what it was all about.
We see so many things each day I forget what we have done. Each day seems to blur into another.
We decided to take a short drive to Brackley Beach which is located on the shore of the Gulf of St. Lawrence. It is located in one of three Prince Edward Island National Parks. The beach where people can swim and sunbathe is very nice and reminds us of our beaches in Florida, all but the color of the sand and the rocks. There were a lot of people out enjoying the sunshine. We spent the ...
... The young mussels are collected and sorted into net bags by size. Then they are attached to buoys by strings and put back in the water until maturity which is about 11/2 years. They are collected year round and if the buoys cannot be located, divers go down to find the netting holding the mussels.
We stopped at Dalvay by the Sea, which was the location of a reception for Prince William and Princess Kate following their wedding. The lake was used by ...
... over to PEI who had specifically suggested we visit the Argyle Sands Provincial Park for the best views of the red shores, so we took her advice and headed straight there. Unfortunately the park was closed so we parked the car on the side of the road and walked through the park towards the coastline. We reached the edge of the island and popped our heads over the edge to get a glimpse of this spectacular red coastline. Woah...we had underestimated how amazing these red cliffs would be. ...
... in all, our tent wasn't too wet, but our tarp definitely had some water on it. Oh well!
We ate a quick bowl of cereal in the car, and then headed out of our campsite. Before we left, we dropped some things off in the laundry room that we weren't going to be able to bring back with us: tin foil, olive oil, propane, etc. I got a bit sad leaving our things behind, because that meant that we really were nearing the end of our trip. Even though both Craig and I agree ...