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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 ...
... the whole day off but unfortunately the most adventurous we got was walking the dog before I had to go back and lie down. I ended up going to sleep at 5pm and not waking up until 9 the next morning. I felt bad for ruining the day but I guess travelling had caught up with me.
I felt much better Thursday morning though and in the few hours between jobs we went into town and said hi to Antonio, had lunch at the Churchill Arms, paid a parking ticket, took back the dvds, ...
My final day on Prince Edward Island started off in the way most good days do, with a greasy spoon breakfast alongside manual workers. Jessy and I dropped off Leighton at work whilst we skived off to Maid Marian's for a bargain mound of toast, bacon, potato, and coffee for just $8. There’s a greasy spoon in Newport, Wales, my dad’s hometown, and I’ve always wondered what it would be like to eat a day’s worth of calories there, but this experience ...