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Aug 23, 2012 - Day 39 - Shediac to Prince Edward Island

We left Shediac, east of Moncton, searching for the world's largest lobster and found it at the west end of town. Pictures dutifully taken we continued to PEI over the Confederation Bridge. It is a truly amazing sight to cross over a bridge 12 km long over water. It was a calm and sunny day so the views were terrific and no swaying. We went into Charlottetown to another Coast Tire to have the tire re-torqued and the we headed to a campsite recommended by the couple next to us in Grand Falls called Twin Shores Campgrounds. They said it was...

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The Wandering Nunns

Jul 24, 2008 - Gas by the liter

And a motor home takes a lot of liters! - Thursday afternoon, July 24 Leaving North Cape we started south and east again, heading back toward the center of the island. Our drive took us through the small town of Northport where we stopped at the Boathouse Restaurant to have lunch. We enjoyed haddock, lobster dip and lobster sandwiches, and some P.E.I. potato salad, with a nice view of the small harbor. Outside we visited the Sea Rescue Station, which had a number of fine signs explaining the history of the station, and describing a number...

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2008 Keys 2 Canada

Aug 27, 2007 - Cabot Beach Provincial Park

Drove from Green Park to Cabot Beach Provincial Park along the Northern Coastline of PEI. Cabot Beach is in Malpeque which is the site of the famous Malpeque oysters. Boy are they ever tasty - sweet but a little salty at the same time. We drove to Cavendish, home of Anne of Green Gables and all things Lucy Maud Montgomery, the author. On the way back, we stopped at Stanley Bridge at an oyster bar and had wonderful Malpeque oysters and steamed mussels. Excellent!!!! While there, we saw the local teenagers jumping from Stanley Bridge into the...

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