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... a tin fiddle a man on a drum.. Looked like a bongo but it wasn't.. And another man with acoustic guitar. They were very talented, providing three part harmonies for pretty much every song they played. It was a collection of traditional east coast folk music. Many songs with accompanying stories that were well articulated by the guitar player. Glad we came upon this music. Gotta say.. I think I had a tear once ...
... br> Continued up the East Coastal Drive driving by forests, fields and farms on Route 336 the road is very patchy (good vibrations!!) where some holiday homes are on the seaside at Cable Head East then back to a resurfaced road till we turn left to Route 16E. You never get tired of looking at the changing colours of the forests with homes and farmland appearing along the way. All the properties have massive lawn areas ...
... Charlottetown pulled over for Richard to key in a destination at the Waterfront near the Information Centre for self guide tours which the lady noted we already had. Seeing there is metered parking we followed the lady's advice and parked across the road in Water Street where it was free in front of some homes. Met a lovely Lebanese man from Lebanon sitting on his porch who knew a lot about Australia but we had to get away because ...
... but much prettier). With the rivers and bays you always see homes right on the shorelines. We did have some excitement when leaving Richibucto the police had the exit roads blocked off at the last bridge I could see three of so cop cars flashing lights round some cars at the T junctions and police everywhere so I don't know
what was going on.
The one thing we found annoying it there are no rest stops to put over in ...
... grub. The hostel was very central and it only took us about 5 minutes to reach the centre and check out the local cathedral. We took some pics before turning around and seeing the famous site of Canada's Confederation of course covered in scaffolding. As has happened to us a bit another famous building was under reconstruction rather frustratingly. This site however held great significance in Canada's history as it was here in 1864 that a conference was held to setup ...