Dolan's Inn and Suites
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... would take place in three Canadian Provinces, starting in New Brunswick, going through Prince Edward Island(PEI), and ending up in New Brunswick.
In order to get to PEI, we rode across the Confederation Causeway, where construction work on the bridge caused some stoppage, however we could get off the bikes and view the Northumberland Strait below us. Upon reaching PEI we rode ...
... shopping centre. So after check in I went across to Winners which I have found out is owned by TJMAXX my favourite US store. Its still my fave as Canada slugs you more taxes than America. I walked through Sears which is a department store, it wasnt as good as the one in Kamloops so they got none of my money. Winners took me for $20.
Back in the room now enjoying the bed and the TV and the Aircon as we are in the tent for the next 4 nights. Soup at Tims for dinner ...
... Fall coming into the winter season. Strange to have a big Ford Highland car sales yard out in nowhere but they must selling cars and big 4x4 Utes.
Took Exit 22 to Hwy 106 under Hwy 104E to Pictou now on a single carriageway with forest on both sides. Crossed the water with a lovely view of Pictou this is where 200 Scottish immigrants landed in 1773 on the ship Hector. Just after the round about is Sobeys stopped there for top up of food ...
... creatures and saw lots of shrimp and crabs. We finally had to come in because the tide had risen enough that we were afraid we would have to swim back.
Tomorrow we learn how to prepare and cook clams. But for tonight we (Megan and I that is) are just feeling blessed for the fact that we are staying in a place that has satellite TV. We have plans for the evening....watching the Bachelorette. See, God does care about the little things.
... us that casinos are another good place to boondock (free, independant camping). And of course, there are Walmarts, and truck stops. This trip will be an education; we have already picked up some of the lingo!
First leg is across the ferry to PEI. We'll visit our friends Wilfred and Willena.
And away we go....