Loyalist Lakeview Resort Summerside
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- Swimming pool
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... and became a big fan. In fact, she was a big fan of everything, and went home with a bellyache from eating too much rich food.
It was windy today, but sunny and warm when sheltered, so it was pleasant. When the sun went down though, wow, did it feel chilly fast. We drove home in the dark, found the campground in the dark and found a place to park all in the dark. This all takes a lot of time and flashlight work. Again it will be a surprise where we are ...
... don't have microwave containers for cooking it is bloody hard trying to cook rice in a casserole dish with plate on top but we do manage. BBQ chicken cooked on foil is so lovely and juicy went down well with the rice and veggies followed by pineapple.
While Richard was watching his DVD's I caught up with downloading the photos plus doing photos of some of the older entries so will try and catchup on some more tomorrow if ...
Strange as it may sound to those readers who are going to work every day, we needed a day off from exploring/travelling so we stayed put today. I did laundry, vacuumed, read my book and Bob did a few maintenance tasks around the RV and washed the bike. He also helped out a couple of people in the campground, giving a boost to one fellow and showing some other campers how to properly attach their bikes to the back of their car. We spoke to some people who ...
... normal potato). I had seafood crepes and rice. You don't drive this far and then have the chicken! There was a local couple in the restaurant that were celebrating their 61st wedding anniversary. I spoke to them and she told me they had eleven children!
Afterwards we went to the interpretive centre/museum (which charged admission). They had exhibits explaining a bit about the origin of the settlers to North Cape and then ...
... apparently very cold and bleak there in winter with not much to see or do. Most things are closed so we look forward to visits there in the summer as Anne of Green Gables is one of my favourite books and this is where the stories were set.
We have also ventured into Moncton which is a larger city (about 100,000 population) to do some shopping. The girls needed some things for school like school books and stationary so we went to a big Walmart there to buy ...