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Aug 12, 2017 - West Point to Malpeque

I don’t believe it! Nearly every campsite I’ve stayed at in Canada comes complete with a picnic table & fire-ring so people expect to have a campfire. Yesterday when I arrived at West Point there was a notice saying that campfires were banned because it’s been so dry. My friendly neighbour told me they haven’t been allowed to have a fire for the last 3 weeks. So, guess what? This morning it started to rain & it hasn’t let up all day. I’ve got a fantastic site here at Malpeque, right on the edge of the cliffs overlooking Hog Island & the...

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Sep 26, 2014 - back to PEI

We left Louisbourg on Tuesday morning and decided to head back to Prince Edward Island. Debi still hadn't had enough Malpeque oysters or halibut. On the way we decided to save some driving time and take the ferry. We had already driven for 6 hours. We pull up to the ferry at 2:30--the ferry leaves at 3 and takes about an hour to get there--and it is FREE. Life is wonderful. I bought a picture of a house taken from a lighthouse for Debs birthday and she new it was taken on PEI. The lady at the information booth at the ferry recognized it and...

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Sep 8, 2014 - PEI

Left for PEI without seeing the Fundy Trail because of fog and rain. Disappointing but the right decision to head to PEI where it was sunny, but very, very windy. The campground was great with 2 beaches and treed sites. The internet, however, has been very problematic and sketchy at best. PEI has lots of potato farms and cows. And the farms are HUGE. Cooked some great Halibut and ate some Malpeque Oysters last night at the campsite. Off to Joggins Fossil Cliffs and Nova Scotia today. The weather has been great--hope it continues.

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