Cavendish By The Sea
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... have seen a lot of ladders on roofs since I've been in Canada. In Parrsboro, our previous city, there was a house with four ladders on the roof, painted the same color of the roof. I thought it was curious seeing so many roofs with ladders. Dave speculates it might be because they have to get the snow off the roof, so they leave a ladder on the roof for easy access. Any ideas? ...
We arrived at Prince Edward Island via their Confederation Bridge, eight + miles long over the Strait of Northumberland, the longest over water that freezes.
Again, we are in one of those beautiful, green Canadian provinces, most scenic with gently rolling hills, lots of farmland and gorgeous coastline. This is the location of the fictional story of Anne ...
There was a bit of a snafu when I planned this trip and decided to visit Charlottetown in April. Don't get me wrong, I really liked Charlottetown. The people were friendly, the hostel is definitely in my top five that I've stayed in (top three actually as I'm having a hard time thinking of another two I would go back to), and the city itself is pleasant. It was also not open. Prince Edward Island seems to shut down in winter and only really wakes up again towards the ...
Long drive to get ourselves to Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia. Bit of trivia, this was home to Alexander Graham Bell, credited with the invention of the first practical telephone.
Once across the causeway we had to wait for the bridge to turn to let a yacht through.
Can't stop taking pics of the beaut colours of the leaves this time of year.
Found an RV Park near Baddeck that was closing the next day (that ...
... sea fishing for later that evening. It would be a three hour tour. We also, went into Cavendish, which is known for Lucy Maud Montgomery's popular works " Anne of Green Gables" here we went to the national historic site Green Gables which was donated by the Webb family to be kept as a historic site. Here, I was able to take some great photos. We also went for a walk through the haunted woods. During the walk we listened to the whispering ...