Rodd Crowbush Golf & Beach Resort
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This morning we packed up the coach and headed out of Prince Edward Island for Derby Junction, New Brunswick. It took a little longer than usual to get the coach set up due to sewer issues. Sheila had the optimum solution and things went well from there. It was pretty windy overnight and still in the morning with the winds over 50 km per hour. The forecast called for ...
... Morne. Plus, being a beach bum is respite from being chief tour guide and navigator. (although I still maintain my duties as cook, cleaner and laundry fairy) So I made the most of my remaining time - I went again to the Close to the Ground ceidlh and I spent my day at yet another beach. The ceidlh was amazing. The post- break guests were a fiddler and a guitarist - very traditional and totally amazing. The closing number that ...
... flew a kite, had my eyeballs seared by men in euro-style bathing trunks who have stomachs which deserve their own name and separate introductions... . And in the evenings we walked on the beach by our cottage (tide has been low in the evenings) and found crabs (hermit and green) and snails. But this is me, and I can write pages about nothing. My sisters had a great time whale watching on Saturday. (I had a great time on a beach in their absence). ...
... have gone off randomly in the cottage for the last week - too many darn electronics) and that she was deliberately getting up to watch the sunrise. This was not something on my "to do" list (and yes, there is an entire tab in the binder called "things to see and do in PEI") given I'm usually driving into the rising sun (or sleeping on the train while the sun rises). However, no point lounging in bed when I could be sitting on an adirondack chair - with sand, sun and water. ...
... attended an archaeological lecture by the PEI Provincial archaeologist (in the same shed behind the Montague Station in which we heard the music group on Sunday night). We made the facebook page of the Museum which hosted the event. I missed the second half because Ben got restless (probably 6 years were not the target audience) but my big take away was when Dr. Kristmanson showed a picture of a bunch of pebbles on a beach and pointed out ...