Fall 2012 Northeast Adventure travel blog

Dalvay By the Sea

Dalvay By the Sea

Dalvay By the Sea

Dalvay By the Sea

 

Covehead Harbour Lighthouse

"New Potatoe" fields

Lunch at Carr

 

Hay Fields

Canadian Coast Guard

Bagpipe school

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


We choose a day of touring the Central Coast. It was an all day event with getting back around 10pm. We started off going to the backside of the island (Atlantic side). Lots of nice sandy beaches. What is unique is the sand is RED. Most places were closed for the season.

The first neat place we found was Dalvay By the Sea. Dalvay-by-the-Sea is a National Historic Site of Canada located on the north shore of Prince Edward Island at the eastern end of Prince Edward Island National Park.

Then off to a lighthouse, Covehead Harbour Lighthouse. It was a short hike through the sand. It was still operational. Good photo op.

Then we stopped and talked to a local person to get a recommendation for a good lunch. We were advised to try Carrs Oyster Bar in Stanley Bridge. Everything was homemade and fresh. It was a good choice.

We closed the day out attending a Fall Flavours Culinary Festival Event in Summertime. The event was call "keg, cork and oysters". It was a night of tasting local cheeses, wines, beer, oysters, and so much other local prepared appetizers. It was the highlight of the day!

Enjoy the pic's



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