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... looked after place (run by Parks Canada, so included in our annual pass) with a couple of pleasant short walks, which according to Jenny feature in the books. The original farmhouse here has been restored and items placed in the rooms to match descriptions from the books. Anne is so popular on the island that it is hard to believe she is actually a fictional character!! Locals talk about her lovingly. We also visited the grave of L.M. Montgomery which is only a ...
... as the 1 million acre farm, most famously for its potatoes. The rich red soil covers this island and everything else that it comes into contact with. Its now famous for a bridge. Prior to '97 the only access was a ferry, but now the Confederation Bridge links the town. It is 13 kms long and is the longest bridge over ice-covered water in the world. The weather although fine, has progressively got colder and much windier. Time for ...
... there was a gift shop but we spent little to no time there. We were here to live the Anne experience for a few minutes at least.
Christina wished she had more time but was glad she came and it showed her she really would like to spend some time here. As it was we briefly relived the book going into haunted woods, down lover's land and through the farmstead. Not enough but better than not coming at all.
We all decided that we could easily spend more time ...
Finally, our search was over. By Noon on Sunday morning we had our first offical meal....the EPIC meal that we have been longing since the start of our trip!
FREST LOBSTER!! :)
We each had a 2 pound lobster and it was to die for! We had it at ...
... lot by the road along the beach.....back to the car.
From Google satellite, the blade of sand looked too narrow to house that many streets, and where Cheryl Lee mentioned it was harder to walk in the sand, once we reached the cape (much further than expected and regretted not to drive it) we turned around and I suggested walking the road along the coast. Cheryl did say ...