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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the store owner about the area. She relayed that the Murray's came from Scotland and with a land grant got a parcel of land. Then the son also got a parcel and this is the area where we were now. We drove down the coast road where there was a graveyard and took a bunch of pictures. Sheree called her mother about one of the stones she found and they determined it was her great great grandfathers first wife Margaret and two infants that had died at 2 and 5 months. ...
... of the Confederation Bridge, what a ride, it's beauty of a modern day bridge but I still love the old covered ones best! We're on PEI and are headed up the North Cape Coastal Drive. Potato fields around every corner and the dirt is brick red! Only drove about 30km to Linkletter Provincial Park and set up camp right on the Northumberland Strait, a spot on the ocean with a red sand beach at our ...
... laptop. I have to email the photos I want to use for the blog from the laptop to the iPad and for that I need the Internet. Also to publish the entries I need the Internet. It's a technology intensive process! I camped out on a table at the info centre for what seemed like a long time. Bob waited patiently but the day was getting away from us so I cut it a bit short and we headed back out. By now the day was getting pretty hot.
... apparently very cold and bleak there in winter with not much to see or do. Most things are closed so we look forward to visits there in the summer as Anne of Green Gables is one of my favourite books and this is where the stories were set.
We have also ventured into Moncton which is a larger city (about 100,000 population) to do some shopping. The girls needed some things for school like school books and stationary so we went to a big Walmart there to buy ...
... tall stones you see on the beach. Which leads me to believe that THIS GUY was flat on his back when he got stoneified.
After leaving the park, we went to a lobster fisherman that runs a boiler out of his process facility and sells lobster off his boats to people who wander in. So we ordered a PAIR of two pounders then sat and watched the tide go back out. ...