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Yesterday I had put a plea out on Facebook for people to cross their fingers that we would have no rain on our final night of camping....someone in Facebook land forgot to cross their fingers. We woke up around 2:30 AM to the sound of POURING rain on our tarp. We knew we would stay dry this time, because Craig did an awesome tarping job, and there …
... The Island is 140 mile long and between 4 and 40 mile wide. Agriculture (potatoes, grains, beef and dairy), fishing (oysters –wild and 2m lbs harvested per year – mussels -75% of Canada's supply and also lobster fishing) and tourism in that order are its main industries.
Elizabeth a retired teacher was our guide and did a fabulous job – showed us ...
Beautiful day, beautiful drive. Long bridge out to the island - over 10km. Red earth reminded us if home. Plenty of potatoes. Delicious mussels. Had dinner with Brooke's old friend From school Nancy and friend Graham. Very nice folks who obviously love PEI. So do we. Ozzie started coming down with cold/flu. First casualty of the ...
This morning we arrived into Charlottetown on Prince Edward Island. Charlottetown is the capital and birthplace of Confederation. The city on the island is a busy port with both commercial and tourist centre, retains an old fashioned air.
Prince Edward Island Canada’s smallest province is known as the Garden of the Gulf. It has more than 3/4 of the land under cultivation.The superb beaches of the north shore boast 22 degree water temperatures in summer ...
... girls in the foyer and we walked down to the shops. I quickly called in to the Pandora store and added a tiny cute ferry to my bracelet, to represent crossing to the island. I'm going to try and add a lighthouse as well when I can find one, as I cannot think of a more fitting representation of The Maritimes, except maybe a lobster, but I hardly need a reminder of them!
We walked eagerly next to The Anne Of Green Gables Store, and immersed ourselves for probably longer ...
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