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Sunday, July 12, 2015
8am we were on the road again, stopping for breakfast sandwiches at the Tim Horton's in St. Joseph's on the way. New Brunswick was breathtakingly lovely at every hilltop and around every bend. The hills were steeper than we expected, but the SUV pulled the trailer along without much ado. I kept taking pictures out the window with my cell phone, but this is difficult in a vehicle moving at highway speeds. Since I ...
... with a great guitarist/vocalist/mandola player (we learned a mandola is to a mandolin what viola is to a violin) and drummer/pianist who teaches at the School of PIping in Summerside.
Highlights of Richard Wood's career include:
- In July 2011 he played for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge during their visit to PEI
- Wood has twice played for the troops in Afghanistann and left Sunday to fly to Wainwright, ...
... platform over hanging the river so we pulled in to investigate. Maybe we could see it early from here.
It took feckin ages to talk to the guide as she was under audio assault from an old man talking bollox. I stood there fidgeting like a school boy wanting to pee whilst waiting for this old **** to finish. Unfortunately once I did get to ask my one simple question the guide informed us the bore went past about 15 mins ago but ...
... of the waves less noisy than we may have heard the whistling sound when we wintessed the rippling bubbles in the sand. Who knows??. We walked along the beach for the next 15 minutes or so and watched the waves roll in. As we were leaving another older couple arrived keen to hear the whistling sand. We freely handed over our observations from our experience which didnt deter them from proceeding forward onto the sand. As we walked back to the carpark we peered back over our shoulder ...
... Anne books - Lovers' Lane, the Haunted Woods - as well as the countryside - were based on real trails and woods in Cavendish, PEI.
Th Green Gables house itself is a quaint old house, pretty - but what I really liked were the trails behind the house - beautiful clover-filled meadows, apple trees, birch trees and wildflowers lined these trails.
LM Montgomery's home no longer stands, but the foundation remains.