Swept Away Cottages
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... Canada. People working at the site are dressed in period costume & provide lots of information about the history of the fortress. We left GlacÚ Bay & headed south to Sherbrooke, then on to Pictou. While on the way we stopped for lunch at Rita's Tea House, which was owned by the Canadian recording artist Rita McNeil (deceased). We then proceeded to get lost & backtrack on a few roads. After leaving Pictou, we drove through strong ...
Sunday, July 12, 2015
8am we were on the road again, stopping for breakfast sandwiches at the Tim Horton's in St. Joseph's on the way. New Brunswick was breathtakingly lovely at every hilltop and around every bend. The hills were steeper than we expected, but the SUV pulled the trailer along without much ado. I kept taking pictures out the window with my cell phone, but this is difficult in a vehicle moving at highway speeds. Since I ...
... with a great guitarist/vocalist/mandola player (we learned a mandola is to a mandolin what viola is to a violin) and drummer/pianist who teaches at the School of PIping in Summerside.
Highlights of Richard Wood's career include:
- In July 2011 he played for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge during their visit to PEI
- Wood has twice played for the troops in Afghanistann and left Sunday to fly to Wainwright, ...
... we were treated to the sight of a Blue Jay building a nest in the eaves and a Bald Eagle sitting on a fence post nearby. We continued on around the island passing various farms and inlets until arriving at our Bed and breakfast for the next two nights. It is in a beautifully and newly restored old house in the main city of ...
When my brother asked me if there were any particular places I would like to visit in Atlantic Canada, I made only one request: I wanted to see Anne of Green Gables' home in Cavendish, PEI.
She's a fictional character -- but it is a real house. Lucy Maud Montgomery liked the home of her cousins so much that she used their home, Green Gables, as the childhood home of Anne Shirley,that red-headed, freckled orphan. All of the locations ...