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... We said that we didn’t know him as he moved in different circles to us but we did watch WIN TV. I had seafood chowder and he assured me it didn’t have clams or mussels in it but he was wrong. He had no idea what was in his food or how to sell it to anyone.
We went to Green Gables Heritage Place in Cavendish. It is a bit strange as you can only walk in the footsteps of Lucy Maud Montgomery and immerse yourself in the landscape ...
... food over and if you want more of anything just call me"... Yes, this is my kind of place...! :-))
After 2 servings of mussels and 3 bowls of chowder, I am ready to try lobster for the first time in my life... And Oh-My-f***ing-God... it is a-ma-zing! :-) Soft and tender and melting in your mouth, and tasting like heaven :-) We were just loving it, two big food-lovers like us, we were in paradise and enjoying every minute of it, I think by the end the waitress ...
... drizzle. God I was suffering and having difficulty to eat. Only myself to blame, after all you don't have to drink the drinks people buy you.
Still not back on form today as food is very hard to eat. Dame this poison. Never again!
As I write this tale, I'm on my way to Moncton via the bus having said my goodbyes again and a plan to meet Siann and Kimberly (and Kath) later in the year.
I have discovered a few things so far;
- I have stayed ...
25/08/2010 8:21 AM
Walked about this morning for the last time this year, anyways. Out the gateway, down the road, past the two cemeteries, the 4 cottages, and the huge B&B, and in through the gateway to the soybean field that has the dirt and grass road leading to the sea to the north. This is a beautiful walk, full of color, the fine greenery of the pristine lawns, the dark green of the soybeans, with their wee white flowers, the reddish brown cliffs leading to ...
We are truly blessed.
It is one thing to visit Prince Edward Island, but it is another to be PEI.
What I mean by this, is one can drive around, stop at a few restaurants, and stay at a few quaint motels, drive around a few bays and see a few fish villages and even talk to Anne of Green Gables, and sit with your Toes in the water and your Ass in the sand in Cavendish or one of the other numerous beaches. But few get to share a meal with Anne of Green ...