posted by gavin on May 28

Alex took a bit of a detour to stop over on Prince Edward Island. He had to wait an hour for a shuttle across the Confederation Bridge, but he ended up seeing the Atlantic ocean for the first time. On his way there he stopped in Shediac, NB, the lobster capital of the world, to take a picture next to a giant lobster – I’m sure he’ll post the picture next time he gets a chance.

He’s staying at the Sun-N-Shade campground (pictures) in PEI, where he managed to get his own “modern cedar cabin” – he wanted to thank a biker named Carl that he met at a gas station along the way that suggested this place, and the owners Herald and Marnie who offered him a stay in the cabin for free. I hope he gets a chance to tour around PEI a bit tomorrow before heading back on the route to Halifax.


One Comment to “Sun-N-Shade Campground, PEI”

  1. Marie-Pierre Says:

    Wow! Ce qu’on est généreux dans les Maritimes! J’ai hâte de voir si ça va être pareil dans l’Ouest. Tu dois avoir un truc… Va falloir qu’on s’en reparle. Peut-être que t’as vraiment l’air délâbré… 😉


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