Cavendish Anne's Windy Poplars Cottages
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We arrived in Charlottetown, PEI Day 13 (Sept 4) travelled around the province on the coastal route until (today) September 8. It is very beautiful and while people speak a lot about Scottish descendants, everything sounds more Irish. We visited a few lighthouses (and yes I climbed to the top) and I bought a CD of local music and it was absolutely heavenly to drive, looking at beautiful scenery and listen to the music -- it just fit.
... the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Stopped for lunch of Lobster roll (nice, but very small for the price) and Seafood Chowder at a little restaurant in the mountains somewhere.
Arrived at Antigonish, Nova Scotia, fairly late in the afternoon with no idea where we were going to stay. Stopped for groceries etc., and a very kind lady (Laurie) offered for us to follow her in her car to the local Whidden RV Park. ...
... a fantastic supper of wine steamed mussels that Chantelle made, cold lobster and warm garlic butter that Aspen prepped and pan seared scallops and gnocchi in red sauce that I prepped. We went deep sea fishing. The company that we went with is Aiden's Deep Sea fishing, the boat was called Papa's Gem. Our Captain Andy and first mate Jordan were amazing! The girls, Deryck and I were bringing in Mackerel two at a time. We then used some of ...
... on the way to Green Gables Land in true fashion.
And then we drove.
And I didn't really mind all that much, I was quite happy to sit and listen to music and do sudoku all day. I think Matthew took pleasure out of arrive though, can't blame him after driving the whole way!
Then we drove over a really cool bridge, that went from Canada all the way over the ocean, ...
... a Lobster supper before heading to our campsite on the other side of Charlottetown.
The Lobster Supper is well worth the trip to North Rustico. I'm allergic to shellfish, and Bradi doesn't like fish (except for tuna noodle casserole) so I was happy to find that they had options for us. They offer a variety of sizes of lobster from 1lb up to 3lbs, a surf and turf with steak and lobster, just steak, or a rotisserie chicken. You pay ...