Travel Blogs from Cavendish
... MX boots that I tried on. They were great. They were like wearing a pair of shoes. I'm sure the O'Neals flex the same. Yes, they had the foot protection I need. So I know what to buy and what size to get when the time comes.
Ok now it is time to ride.
I jumped on Dieppe Blvd. to Melanson Rd. to Amirault, then it was "get the hell out of Dieppe." I hung a right at Dover Rd. and started with the hugging of the Peticodiac River. I got as far as the wharf ...
Called into a souvenir type shop, the home of Anne of Green Gables fame. The musical has been playing in Charlottetown for 49 years continuous.
Drove straight past the 'Cows Creamery’ factory, which is purported to have been voted the best ice cream in the world – maybe we’ll find one in a shop in Sydney our next port of call tomorrow
... sun was finally shining the rolling hills. Brilliant colours. It truly is beautiful. When we made it to the national park. We were surprised that the gates were unmanned. We drove around trying to find the camp grounds. Believe it or not Deryck even stopped and asked directions! Once we got re oriented and heading in the right direction. We came across a fox and her four kits. Deryck stopped so I could take a picture. As soon as I climbed it of the Aspen ...
... search of a campground. I really wanted to stay at Cavendish Beach in the National Park, but because of the additional park fees (just shy of $8 a person, per day, on top of our camping fees), we decided to stay at the KOA just down the street, and have a beach day later on during our visit. We pulled in to the KOA, set-up camp, and relaxed with our books and a drink.
During my travel book reading, I had found a drive-in movie theatre near Cavendish, ...
... for us, because it was September, some of the more tourist-type traps created to cash in on Anne-mania were closed for the season. For instance, we didn't have to agonize if we were going to go to the Shining Waters Family Fun Park (shoot!). We also weren't able to take in Avonlea Village, a re-creation of Anne's town with costumed performers and the opportunity to learn how to play the spoons.
But what was still open ...
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center