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The weather was not great but not too bad either and cleared up during the day when we crossed the bridge over to New Brunswick and stopped at the fossil cliffs of Joggins. The tide was up so we could not look for fossils but the scenery was stunning anyways. From there it was about 2 hours to get back to Halifax.
... cab driver, Michael, who offered to take us on a
cross-island tour including Green Gables territory for $100. Sounded like a
good deal, so we took it. Saw some beautiful country side plus the Gables.
Absolutely picturesque. Most of the properties looked like movie sets. Gorgeous
Back in town after a few hours and
had lunch in a little local ...
... We found out that it leads to a beach infested with sand fleas.
And finally, we found our moose! However, he looks strangely familiar.
One more full day to come. We have to make it back to the Halifax airport by tomorrow night. But we're planning one more side trip before heading home.
... to Summerside and got Chinese take-out for lunch. We came back to our motel and ate our beef with snow pea pods and scones (I assume we were the first and possibly last humans to combine these two into one meal).
We then headed out for an afternoon and evening on the town - Charlottetown, that is - the capital of PEI. Charlottetown has about 65,000 people or a little under half the population of all of ...
... rocks below and the sea, that on this morning does not have one Whitehorse on it. Out a mile or so are five fishing boats, and a few pleasure boats, hunting for mackerel or cod, or whatever, but truly enjoying the gentle breeze and the warm sun sitting in a cloudless sky.
We, Ford and I, walk around the cliffs, and then down thru the rocky path to the beaches stretching to the south, the wind and the sea are taking control of the shore line here as many trees along ...