2009 - 2013 Adventures travel blog

Empty ferry terminal. Photo by Mary Anne.

We were at the front of the line.

I explored the nearby fishing marina while waiting for our boat to...



It was a two-level ferry with cars on top, and heavier vehicles...


It was a bit windy.....


Light house on the Nova Scotia side.

We saw the other ferry crossing to where we'd come from.

Another lighthouse was near the ferry terminal on PEI.


Bilboard photo by Mary Anne.

Driving on Canada Highway 1 on PEI. Photo by Mary Anne.

PEI is very agricultural. Photo by Mary Anne.

Photo by Mary Anne.

Photo by Mary Anne.

By the end of the following day, we’d back-tracked about a hundred of the miles we’d driven out to North Sydney. We put in for the night at Cornwall KOA near Charlottetown, the capitol of the province.

The KOA is about 8-10 miles west of Charlottetown and is on a bay. We had a great view of out the front windows of the RV—even though it really rained hard that night. And it was windy—up to 35-45 mph.

To get to Prince Edwards Island from where we were in Nova Scotia, we took a free 75 minute ferry from the terminal at Caribou over to the terminal at Wood Island (south to north). On the ferry, those going north to south pay round trip fare. But since we were going south to north, we paid nothing.

PEI is a very scenic area, with many small farms and very interesting homes. Mary Anne was challenged to get photos of the homes as we drove along. You should have seen the ones she missed!

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