Kindred Spirits Country Inn & Cottages
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Wow, PEI is really made up of red dirt - everywhere! We drove around the Argyle Shore on the south and then into Charlottetown, where we walked around the harbour area. Then we were off to the north beach area and into Cavendish, where we are staying in the largest campground we have ever seen, over 500 spaces, and right now it is almost empty.
... can wait til I get back to Ottawa. The handyman at the KOA helped by taping over the ding out of the fiberglass on the front of the trailer so no rain will get in before I get back to St. Jerome to have it fixed. And he's helping get the safety cables issues sorted out for me. Can't say enough good things about the staff at the Cavendish KOA. They have been outstandingly helpful.
Next I headed to explore Charlottetown to pick up ...
... the Northumberland Strait on the Confederation Bridge from New Brunswick to Prince Edward Island (PEI). The bridge was promised to the people of PEI by the federal government when PEI joined the confederation in the 1870s. The bridge was completed in 1997. PEI folk are certainly patient. Prior to the bridge a ferry connected land transport between PEI and Nova Scotia.
Stopped in Charlottetown to pick up the bikes I'd ordered for a week. Got to the Outer Limits Sports shop ...
... moment, much to Ross' delight. We ate at a restaurant last night that was recommended to us by the lady at Woodstock and it was very good and the waitress was a delight. Some of the restaurants and motels in Canada and the US treat you like you are old friends and we have had some very memorable experiences. The B & B we are staying at is in a beautiful old house like so many in Charlottetown but I didn't take a photo of it because they ...
... time. Lynda was thoughtful enough to ask everyone to let us girls get off the bus first when we got back, because let's be honest, the average age of most of our group meant that it took quite a while for some people to get moving and off the bus whenever we disembarked. (Having said that, one couple whom I got on so well with have been married for 50 years, and they were just as quick as I was, so it's not always an age thing!) Anyway, we pulled up at the hotel and us ...