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... of St. Peters. Cottages on the shoreline by the bridge, motels and B&B's along the road a real tourist town. Continued along the road right out to the entry point of the bay where PEI National Park Greenwick is. The first trail is through the forest to a picnic area some natural wetlands for wildlife to near the mouth of the bay lots of mussel farms in the bay the waters around PEI are very rich just right for mussels ...
... on the lookout hill got blown away from there. Well I must say our beaches including Wedge Island look a lot better than here we have beautiful white sand here it is grey looking and the water is a dirty brown quite rough today with the wind. No good for surfing. Continued up to Dalvay and the view was the same as Brackley Point so didn't bother taking a video or photos. Passed some wetlands and lakes on the way plus drove round ...
... where we crossed over on an tall/high bridge. Can see an airport on the right this is probably for the fishing tours as this is where I was going to book a cabin on the river but it was miles too expensive.
Passed a small stretch of houses at St. Margarets some look like little dolls houses their garages are nearly the same size as the house. Then by the side of a section of the highway was what looks like a whole lot ...
... opportunity to welcome students and staff back to an exciting school year! The Canadian Student
Leadership Conference takes place September 17-21 - 750 of the most promising leaders from across the country will participate in workshops and listen to worldclass speakers. Our own students will be assuming roles of Spirit Leaders ...
... Sam left us at the top as she had to get back for work and Leanna went back with her. Melody and I chatted to some campers at the top and I took some pictures of the view. I asked about what was on the other side of the hill and Melody took me to try to find a trail. We ended up walking for another hour or so along farmland and through overgrown mozzie filled paths. We didn't find our way to the other side of the hill but the walk was still lots of fun. We came out at a ...