The Inn at St. Peters
Travel Blogs from St. Peter's Bay
... When I got down to the beach it looked like Bondi Beach there were so many people. I thought it was really funny as I thought it was an isolated spot and the few cars were looking for the lighthouse. We drove out of the place and then saw the top of the lighthouse but we couldn’t find the road to it, as they all ended up at the sea. I was over lighthouses by this time and said let’s just head home.
We drove the quick way home ...
... little mess as possible! Now I just have to wait to see what the racoons do this fall & winter, will they dig it up like they did my back lawn!!
BEWARE OF FLYING AWNING
Just as I was writing this a gust of wind blew our awning up & nearly over the motorhome. Luckily I was outside & able to grab a leg & Ron dashed out to grab the other. The shouts bought 2 woman in the next campsite out to hold it down for ...
... for the remainder of the trip. They were fine with the heated grips. They dried quick. My feet were cold. I pulled into a Petro Canada in Charlottetown, a little concerned. When I let off the gas, there was this "god awfull" squeaking/rubbing sound. I had no idea what had caused this. We continued on heading for highway 19 so we could hug the southeast coast of PEI to the bridge. Buzz squeaking all the way. Jo was in the lead again so we stopped at Tim ...
... is not much into tanning, so her and I took a walk and looked for sea glass while Meg enjoyed the beach all to herself. I actually made it through a few chapters of my book today, I have been trying to read at night but I have been so tired that I fall asleep after a page. It was really nice to do nothing and I would actually consider doing it again tomorrow except for the fact that the weather is predicting rain for Thursday and Friday ...
... I was in. It was all due to the elements.
While I felt pretty windblown when I got back to Morell, it was worth the effort. The views of the ocean were wonderful. There was also quite a bit of waterfowl, like cormorants, geese and blue heron.
I crawled back into Mac and off we drove. Finally made it to the town of St. Peter's Bay. My biggest memory of this area is two huge churches ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed