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... are from) and visit this working fishing village. We were also fortunate enough to sample some of these local delicacies at Carr’s Oyster Bar, in Stanley Bridge, PEI.
With our PEI visit coming to a close, we are taking advantage of what appears to be a break from the rainy weather this weekend… so we have taken the ferry from Wood Islands, PEI to Nova Scotia… and are settling into Cape Breton country for the next few days, before heading over to ...
... then headed off and in about 10 minutes reached the Confederation Bridge that crosses over to PEI. This bridge is the longest multi span bridge over water that freezes in the world. It's an impressive bridge and in the winter in a storm, passing over the water here could be quite intimidating. You pay for round trip ticket when you return so we paid nothing on the way over. A sign says it will be $45.00. We have heard we can take a ferry to Nova Scotia from the ...
We could walk to Malpeque Habour & watched one boat unload 1300lbs of small crabs, & that will yield only 220lbs of crab meat! There is a small fresh fish store - The Oyster Barn, with a very rustic restaurant upstairs where we had a lovely meal, Ron had Hake, I had scallops, with a fabulous view of the harbour. The next night at the campsite we had muscles for starters @ $1.75lb we had a feast for $4. (PEI muscle ...
Today we explored PEI some more, this time following the highways with the little "house" signs. I think the house is supposed to be the Green Gables house. We had some trouble finding the beginning of the route but once we got started it was easy to follow.
It was a beautiful sunny day. We didn't bother stopping at the Green Gables attractions in Cavendish. I don't think I ever read ...
... and searched for Green Gable right away. It is located in Cavendish, which was really beautiful to drive through. Houses are colourful and surrounded by rolling green pastures, while the dirt is as red and lovely as it is said to be. The view was so pretty in the sun and breeze that it literally stuns you with its calm charm. The entire island has bike paths which would make it an excellent ...