Dundee Arms Inn
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... still in New Brunswick, as the guy from the caravan park in Deer Lake said there was a good restaurant there. Not that we were going to eat, as it was too early, but we just thought we would check it out. It was in Cap Pele but we couldn’t see it as we drove through. N.B. is very French and all the signs are written in French and English. Apparently it was the first Province to be bilingual. Shediac was a pretty little town that had a ...
Decided to spend our last day on PEI visiting the east coast. It wasn't to long of a drive and the scenery wasn't anything like yesterday in Cavendish National Park. The scenic drive was more like driving thru the Ocala Forest with just a few flashes of the coast. But we did see several nice small towns, Montague, the third largest city in PEI and Souris where they have some nice little retail stores. The coastal cities really depend on tourists and many close up in ...
... the ferry and got the bikes strapped down with the ****** ancient wet straps. Then up to the cafeteria to eat our usual stolen lunch.
We studied the PEI map and tried to device some sort of plan. It ended up in being a gratis room in Charlottetown after a ride along the coast this evening.
The hour long crossing was as smooth as a cashmere cod piece. We got lucky as yesterday it got canceled due to high winds. ...
... and sure enough there was a fluffy creature with long ears nibbling the grass. After further inspection of the face and ears I corrected my initial guess and recognised that we had stumbled upon a wild hare. The camera clicked away frantically as we chronicled the hare eating. We kept nudging closer to the hare ever so slowly which would cause the hare to always pause momentarily to assess the level of danger, and then he would nussle his head back down in the grass and go on ...
... It was as good as any other free continental breakfast but I had to laugh when Jenny served herself up some Fruit Loops after eating cereal for breakfast for the past few weeks.
After breakfast we got tidied up and I took Lance back to Avis (conveniently we could see the Avis lot from the hotel as it was about 200' away across the street). I was back to the room before Jenny was out of the shower and opened my book for a bit of reading ...