Parkview Farm Tourist Home and Cottages
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... The visit to Anne of Green-Gables National Historic Site was very interesting - we saw the farmstead featured in Lucy Maud Montgomery's novels. Also took a stroll down 'Lovers Lane'...which was just delightful. We had a lovely walk along the Cavendish coast inside the National Park, and hoofed it back in time to catch a Ceileidh. The group was called the Ross Family, and they were superb. The two sisters, Danielle and Stepanie played the guitar ...
... to have subsided a bit, so we walked instead of ran back to the car. Our drive home was a bit quicker, but when we got in the tent, I discovered a small puddle in one of the corners. The wind was blowing quite hard, so the tarp could only do so much. We used our cheap towels to sop up the water, and moved my bag over to Craig's side so it would stay dry. We tried to watch another show, but the rain and wind were so loud that we couldn't hear anything. We decided to get ...
Woke up with the sun this morning! I was privileged to view a dozen or more great blue herons fishing right in front of our campsite! What a sight! It was one of those 'get a few chores done' kind of mornings! Laundry needed doing, Bill was desperate for a hair cut, my toes needed painting, important things like that! Well, by 10:00 we were done and ready to hit the open road.....Bill was driving and I was telling him where to ...
... guest suite for inspection. We got home and no-one was around so we did the working visa application then had a shower before Nik had to go to work. Sam came home and Leanna a bit later so we watched some more game of thrones. That evening Sam dropped me off in town and Nik and I went to her cousin Ben's for a couple of hours.
The next day we went to Cavendish, a town on the north shore of the island. We parked at the boardwalk area and got beaver tails to eat on ...
... searched. A few uncomfortable items appeared before the man likely to be Dad’s age and possibly without daughters as he swiftly handed the bag back to me and changed the subject to what I was doing here and where I was from. I think my very best English charmed him out of his embarrassment as he went on to wish me an enjoyable trip and breathe a sigh of relief.
We boarded the two-prop (change to propeller?) plane, all sixteen seats of it; the ...