We continued to explore the East End from Montague to Rolo Bay. Montague had a colorful harbor and had a MacDonalds where you could get a MacLobster sandwich (we did not try it) and a house that had Snowwhite and 7 Dwarfs planted in a flower garden. We stopped by the Brudenell River Provincial Park where there is a golf club with two championship golf course, one hosted the Legends of Golf tournament. We drove through a lot of quaint towns - Avandale, Cardigan and Georgetown to name a few. In Rolo Bay we stopped by The Myriad View Strait Shine Distillery. On PEI the government has given licenses to two Distilleries that are able to distill their own spirits and see it on premise. We will visit the other one, PE Distillery, tomorrow. The red cliffs along the shore line are ever changing and are magnificent to behold. The wildflowers are all over the place, we are experiencing our fifth spring / early summer of wildflowers (Texas, New Hampshire, Maine, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island). We stopped by an early settlement, Roma. We couldn’t get out because to the multitude of mosquitoes and black flies. A friend we met in Cavendish told us about Sally’s Beach, named after the owner of the property that eventually became a Provincial Park. The beach and view were very good, a wonderful place to visit. We ended our day in Rolo Bay and will pick up here tomorrow.