Loyalist Lakeview Resort Summerside
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Not quite a tropical haven but not far from it.
A long 13km toll bridge (said to be the longest one in the world over the sea) takes you across from the mainland. Although subject to ice flows in the winter we had a very calm crossing. It is also possible to make your way across by ferry and coming back ...
... to the small branch. We arrived just as the meeting started. They have a lovely little building. There were 28 people in attendance including ourselves. Almost all the congregation were visitors including missionaries, one male and one female pair, a senior missionary pair and the mission presidency. They kept apologizing and said people were on holiday this weekend. Everyone that spoke mentioned they were hoping the membership of this area would grow through ...
... br> Today we left our campground in Grand Pre and took one more look at Evangeline Beach. We stopped at Grand Pre, a national historic park, which was not open but we wandered the grounds and Denis even went into the church as workers were there so it was open. He said it was gutted as they were painting and, no doubt, prepping it for the coming season. There is also a statue of Evangeline ... I must read the Longfellow poem of the same name as I believe ...
... samples of the vegetation/fish down by the water. The one guy was from the dept. of fisheries and he had four students helping him. We made a trip to Tim Hortons to use their free wifi and had a FaceTime visit with Melanie. While I did some blog updating/picture emailing, Bob went unattended to Canadian Tire. The only thing more dangerous than that is leaving me with access to free wifi! We didn't get back to the campground for dinner until around 8:00! ...
... One of the other "performers" at the meeting suggested that since the woman was the "neck that moved the head" of a home, she could influence her husband's consumption by "withholding her favours". At the end of the meeting Bob receive a temperance certificate.
At another house we came upon two fellows playing duets on the fiddle. We walked along and I asked a guy leading an ox. I remembered that we had been ...