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... boat. However, we did have a four hour drive to get to our next campground. We also needed to stop for dinner. So we did all that and arrived at the campground at about 11pm. We quickly hooked up the power and water and headed for bed.
Tomorrow we will take the ferry to Prince Edward Island for our five day stay.
Chuck and Sheila Noel & Mousse
... help her. Talk about dumb and dumber, I couldnt even remember any of my phone numbers the other day..I hope we make it home. We went and got in the car then and went to the The Grain Elevator Village and it was closed.. Obviously it was time for us to leave which we did.
We spent the next hour just driving into New Glasgow, The Ferry from PEI comes into here. We havent seen much of the town as our hotel was right at the start of the town. Well located across ...
... churches and any mention of Bible and there are a lot of them in Canada.
Now back to the view of forests with quite a few of dead spruce and maples that have lost all its autumn leaves. Getting hungry turned off at Exit 21 where some restaurants and Irving Petrol Station is this must be the favorite stop for Truckies as there are lots of semi's parked here. The Information Centre here is closed the common thing we find now seeing it ...
... but lucky for us, God placed a nice gentleman who is here on 'holiday' in our path. He walked the girls out to the sandbar (Camden declined due to the cold water) and showed them what to look for and how to dig once they found the signs. I finally got up my nerve (the water is darn cold) and waded out to join them. It was more fun than I remember. It is like this big treasure hunt and you never know what you might find. We did dig up some ...
... just ending and pretty much all the restaurants in town were closed. A museum for the immigrant ship Hector was open for about another hour but except for one gift shop the sidewalks were pretty much rolled up.
We then headed into a larger town nearby (New Glasgow) and found a pub where we had a drink and dinner. By this time it was a beautiful sunny evening.