Dundee Arms Inn
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... way? We shake our head and he orders us to leave. Another local comes over delivering tambourines, maracas, and other kindergarten instruments. We slowly get more and more musical the more Iron Bridge Red beer we drink. The musicians take turns but one older gentleman who is professional in his singing and playing keeps the stage. He has a large selection of songs and everyone is singing along. Roger takes a few turns on the Bongo drums to the likening of ...
... any thing from 1 lb upwards. The price of the meal included a bucket of PEI mussels, fish chowder , fresh bread ,a variety of salads, dessert and coffee. We certainly rolled out of there!
The next day was Canada Day and we checked out of the hotel and drove to New Brunswick (another province of Canada) This time we drove across the Confederation Bridge which links PEI to NB. The bridge was built in 1997 and is nearly 13 kilometres ...
... gate to the bridge and waited with a gaggle of adventurers for our turn. Don was reserving judgement, but in the end not wanting to be outdone, joined me in the crossing. Only eight at a time allowed on the structure and in single file. There were National Trust volunteers at each end to handle the traffic. Well, we made it across the mildly bouncy bridge. AND BACK. The swirling ocean 100 feet below was barely noticed as our focus was simply ...
... up my sadly neglected camping hair as Gary and Stella had a nap in the van. It was pounding rain when I was finished and with the windshield wipers slapping time, we decided to head to the Glasgow highlands. Booked into a gorgeous campground and had our first lobster dinner at "The New Glasgow Lobster Supper" that was just minutes away. It was a gigantic barn that can serve up to ...
We decided to take a short drive to Brackley Beach which is located on the shore of the Gulf of St. Lawrence. It is located in one of three Prince Edward Island National Parks. The beach where people can swim and sunbathe is very nice and reminds us of our beaches in Florida, all but the color of the sand and the rocks. There were a lot of people out enjoying the sunshine. We spent the ...