Antigonish Evergreen Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... doc. A forklift then picks up each box and places it on a flat bed truck..and voila....off to a processing plant. Great efficiency! Then this boat immediately headed back out for more, and a new boat was unloaded. Check out the "mouth" on ferry; 3 levels of vehicles! Wow...PEI and Nova Scotia's landscapes are very different! Off to ...
Our second day in PEI was spent driving around Kings County. PEI is split into 3 sections with 3 beautiful drives to follow. There is Queens County, which has all the Anne of Green Gables and Avonlea tourism in it and where the PEI National Park is located. There is Prince County which we unfortunately didn't get to see but is famous for its glass bottle houses and beautiful drives. Finally there is Kings County, less known for ...
... hilarious. It must be such a boring job in the off-season to sit behind a desk and wait for folk to pop in. I can't imagine she gets much traffic. Also funny, was her face when we said we had started our tour in Boston. She asked if she could help us with anything, then asked where our tour had started when we mentioned what we were doing. She couldn't believe how far we'd ...
... It was a long drive but gorgeous. We picked some random little restaurant in Antigonish for dinner. Good for us we did because there was live music at the Prissy Pig and the minute Lewis Mackinnon started playing some Gordon Lightfoot covers, we realized it was fate we landed there. My dad actually won meal of the night with his homemade mac and cheese. If I could have trusted myself with dairy while on a road trip, I would have ordered it and I truly wish ...
... and claws and reconstructed a crab in its little house, which was very cute.
Justin went to talk to the two lifeguards, Ryan and Brendan, and it turns out Brendan had taken a bunch of Celtic studies classes, and lives on South Side Harbour Road, where we’ll be living come September. How’s that for a coincidence?
The nice part about teaching Celtic studies here is that 1) people have heard of it; 2) people are interested in it – ...