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Aug 9, 2017 - 2 parts of a triathlon

Another gorgeous day with warm sun streaming in the trailer. As we have pretty much seen all the sights we wanted to see on the island we decided that a bike ride on the Confederation Trail was in order. Yesterday we spoke with Erin’s old roommates Mom (you followin’?) who lives close to where we were camping and arranged to go for a spot of tea. We had never met the lady before but Grace, Erin’s old roommate, is such a character that we wanted to see her roots. Lucky for us the section of the Confederation Trail that runs from St. Peter’s...

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Aug 8, 2017 - not exactly Elvis or Jimi Hendrix but.................

Our first stop of the day was at Basin Head Provincial Park and The Singing Sands Beach. It was overcast and cooler so we were sharing the beach with one family of three and a couple of young folks wandering along. At the lifeguard station the staff of 5 young people were huddled inside, passing the time laughing and chatting. They didn’t mind at all when Donna intruded on their space, asking about the Singing Sands – “what’s the deal?” Apparently there is silicone in the sand of this beach (and this beach alone) that, when walked on in a...

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Jul 26, 2011 - St. Peters Bay, PEI, Canada

Our final stop before we got back to our RV was in St. Peter’s Bay at the Chowder Factory, which is housed in the Bayside Country Inn & Restaurant, we met Mike the owner and Chef, he is famous for his Seafood Chowder, it chocked full of seafood and we had a piece of his Raisin Pie, if you have never tried it, you have to, it was outstanding. Now I (Mike) like cherry pie as my favorite pie, but I have to say after having Mike’s Raisin Pie, it has how become my favorite. We returned to Wood Islands, we checked on getting a slot on the...

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