So today we went down to the Cow’s Creamery boardwalk to have what we’ve been told to try the best ice cream ever made. Paul & I shared the peanut butter cup/cup with chocolate flakes. There is no comparison to Whitt’s. Nope, none at all, but that’s our opinion.
After that we came back to the bus to get Rupert. We thought we’d drive along the coast which was somewhat of a disappointment. There were lots of foliage along the road between us & the ocean therefore we couldn’t really see the ocean & we wanted to find a beach that we could walk Rupert on. Seems there are not many dog friendly beaches here. $125 fine if caught with your dog on the beach. We stopped to ask about trails to walk on. We were told of one so we looked it up. In the parking lot we saw a woodpecker but I didn’t get a pic nor do I know what kind it was. We decided on not walking there as once we started in on the trail, the mosquitos were bad. We had enough of them at Caracat!
We did find a nice trail that led to the beach but again no dogs allowed on the actual beach. Rupert & I watched Paul from a landing at the end of our trail, as he walked along the red sand, somewhat rocky beach to find a nice rock to take back home with us.
On the drive back to the bus the route we took was a much better one than the first. It had the ocean view we were looking for & the beautiful rolling hills covered with green like carpet lined with the purple & pink wild growing lupin flowers.
We ended our evening around the campfire with the rest of the group. Sharing with each other what all everyone had done & where everyone went. Some went to the potato museum while others went to the Anne of Green Gables museum. One couple went to the cemetery where Lucy Maud Montgomery (author of Anne of Green Gables) is buried.
Everyone had a enjoyable day.
Once again..The greatest artist there ever was, Our Father God painted a majestic picture for our eyes to see & enjoy.