New London Bay Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... sky seemed to be clearing a bit so when we stopped at three different beaches it wasn't actually raining. We were even able to eat our sandwiches by a wharf within the park. Each beach was different, some piled up with seaweed and others with pristine sand. It's just too bad it was such a dreary day. By the time we exited the park we realized we were pretty close to Charlottetown, so off we went to see what we could see. We ...
... was 26 C, but when we came to the coast it dropped to 23. We didn't have much of a plan, just that we would drive along the North Cape Coastal Drive and hope to see the ocean. Along the way we came across the Bideford Parsonage. This is a place where Lucy Maud Montgomery lived for a year in 1894 while working as a teacher. The house was owned by the church but was sold to a private owner who lived in it until ...
... a Happy Retirement balloon with palm trees on it. I packed up and labelled my files...put my extended absence message on my voice and e mail and had that quintessential TV series closing scene where I put on my coat, shut off the lights and closed my office door.....then I skipped down the stairs and Elvis left the building!!
So now.....today, the adventure begins...a new chapter in our lives and our great journey starts...all ...
... and a car for sale, was called Bedford, and housed my aching body as I enjoyed a pint of milk and an ice-cream to keep me going until my evening meal; I may have been running on empty, but I wasn’t about to pay $8 for a sandwich. I was glad to see the petrol station was right beside the main road I needed to travel down in order to reach Charlottetown, so rather than retreat back to the trail I followed the occasionally treacherous bicycle path alongside ...
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 ...