Cavendish Lodge & Cottages
- Refrigerator in room
- Hot tub
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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... reds and golds against a backdrop of dark grey skies, was just 'meh' in the iPhone's eyes.
PEI is known for amazing food. Again, since so much is shut down for the season it's a little challenging, but I did find a local cheese maker, with a bakery attached, and picked up some cheese and bread for dinner last night. As we got home in the late afternoon the sun broke through the clouds and bathed the coast in evening ...
... light. Fortunately by dinner time, the rain had passed. What else but lobster. Our current scoring for lobster is Cuba, Sicily then PEI, though we'll need to see what Nfld has to offer. The "go to" place for prawns still has to be "The Grounds" at Alexandria.
Paul remains unwell so passed on the cediliah. I'm sure there will be plenty of opportunity for this style of music once we hit Nfld!
... was only a handful of people at the heritage site so we could wander around and soak it all up. The house actually belonged to a cousin of Lucy Maud's but is representative of the style on which she based Green Gables. She lived on her grandparents farm on the other side of the woods which we wandered over to after looking through through the house. The introductory information was very well done and the 'helper' had worked in a Uni before coming to Parcs Canada so ...
We decided to drive back to the northern coast this morning to check out the Cavendish area. This is the location where L. M. Montgomery lived and which influenced her writings especially Anne of Green Gables.
We started at the city's information center and then drove a short distance to the National Park where the house and other buildings in the book have been built to match the writings and the period.
... tried the potato vodka which had an unusual taste but was not really to my liking. We contiued on to the lighthouse at the most eastern point which proclaimed itself to be 'the end and the beginning of the world'. There are many lighthouses on the island, as you can imagine, and they are all painted red and white and most are historic. We visited one which was near the islands main shipping port at Souris and then had a gigantic icecream at a ...