Rollo Bay Inn
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... the "good" seafood restaurant, whereupon they laughed some more. They pointed to the fish plant and said you could eat there but it was a bit pricy. Nothing about great seafood, so we kept heading towards Wood Islands ferry terminal.
Arrived in time to make an earlier ferry, which, it turned out, was running quite ...
... bluffs. Stop at Mill River Provincial Park on the way back to check it out and it is a nice park as well.. sites are laid out in funny 3 sided triangles in the trees.. looks funny at first but once you figure it out the concept is smart with all services in middle.
- Back to our site around 3 and Danny goes to the beach for a swim and read while ...
... we hopped back in the car and continued on to PEI. The bridge is about 16 km long, and then you drive straight into PEI. We were excited to get our final province sign (yayayay!), but couldn't seem to find it as we drove off the bridge. We were wondering if we just missed it, so we pulled into the Visitor's Centre to ask. Turns out that PEI DOES NOT have a province sign!!! We were fairly disappointed. And apparently we're not the first people to ask this question. We decided ...
... carved our initials into a tree along the path! Carrying on to view her final resting place in the local cemetery. We're off again and looking for a lunch stop within the park. We were fortunate to find a secluded little beach in the park where we cooled off in the ocean after lunch! We then headed up towards East Point along the Points East Coastal Drive. There are three National Parks along this stretch of PEI, Cavendish, ...
... must be some rule in tourist areas, because we haven't seen any run down houses at all. Even small shacks are freshly painted (or cedar shingled) and look the best they possibly can. It's beautiful here.
It took us a bit longer to get to Basin Head Provincial park than I expected, but it may just have felt long because we were so anxious to get there. PEI has 800km of the warmest beaches north of the Carolinas. Basin ...