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... harbour. It was a case of, which direction to look as it was all picturesque. Boats, smooth water and sunshine make for great photos.
We passed the house where L.M. Montgomery was born. Her mother died when she was 21 months old and she went to live with her maternal grandparents in Cavendish and that is where she lived until adulthood. It was in New London.
Still on the hunt for lighthouses we went down a few bush tracks that led us ...
... told Jill to take us home which she did in another round of bout way. Instead of taking Route 6 we went to the outskirts of Charlottetown through all the traffic to Route 2 then Route 223 I know the GPS goes by the shortest route but why didn't we go back the same peaceful way instead of through traffic.
Anyway we got back on Route 6 and made it back to the cottage for afternoon tea and rest. While ...
... Park then drove through a spruce plantation then back to the rolling farm fields where we came through yesterday to Hunt River and Blue Crest
I was feeling to well the Seafood Chowder didn't agree with me so unfortunately I spent some time in the bathroom till I was better. After a hot drink I was right again Richard was relaxing with his ipad before getting some more DVD's I sent an email to Terry's son ...
... walk through the Haunted Woods (next to the now Golf Course) to the site where she lived. The trail through the tall Spruce brought back memories for us walking with Terry and Diana on Vancouver Island. After there we took the Central Coastal Scenic Drive along the coast first stop in the PEI National Park was Cavendish Point where we could see up to Robinson Point one way and down the coast the other way. The wind was furious ...
Tomorrow morning we leave Prince Edward Island. The parting is bittersweet. This has been a nice time of rest and learning to appreciate the simple beauty of the landscape. Sadly, there is a part of all of us that misses the 'doing' and so we are ready to move on and get to the next thing. I say sadly, because for me at least, I find 'being', instead of doing, a difficult thing. Partly because I grow bored, partly because I find it easier to find worth in 'doing'. ...