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... while their brother John was an exceptional keyboard player. They sang and played their instruments while doing the Step Dance, and even the hoolahoop for one song! We also saw the musicians' mother, Dorothy, when she came onstage to do a Step Dance. She was in great shape, and reminded me of Carol and her tap dancing. Charlottetown is a lovely city. We walked about quite a bit which took us past Confederation House where important meetings led to ...
... bed and call it a night.
Unfortunately my night didn't end there. As much as I loved our lobster dinner, it didn't love me...so I spent a decent portion of the night being sick in the bathroom. At least the rain had stopped at this point, so my multiple treks between the bathroom and tent were dry! There's always a silver lining. However, I would be lying if I said I didn't wish, at one point, that I was at home.
Needless to say, neither of us slept all that ...
... made it out of the campsite when there was a field of potatoes in bloom that had to be photographed! Unbelievable how beautiful potato blossoms can be when they cover acres & acres! We had only gone about 20km when we came upon Seacow Pond, which is a quaint little harbour with an observation deck........"Bill, please pull in" I occasionally have to be polite! It worked and in we went, me to take pictures, Bill to chat. There was ...
... Beaver tails are a sweet fried bread shaped like a beaver tail (duh) that you can get various toppings on. I had apple, cinnamon and syrup on mine which pretty much kept me going all day. We checked out Cavendish beach for a little while, it has some sizable sand dunes that make a sort of barrier between the grass and white sand. Next we went and played blacklight minigolf, they'd set up a whole bunch of cool glowing decorations inside and we were the only ones there so ...
... welcomed us aboard and even left his curtain open so we could interact during the flight if necessary. The Newfie wasn’t wrong when she said every seat was a window seat, but unfortunately every seat was a little short on the back, so sleep wasn’t on the cards, though with just thirty minutes at 10,000 feet it was never going to be worthy of Sleeping Beauty. Just as we did the shaky take-off 'Don’t Stop Believin’’ by Journey came on my iPod, ...