Thursday, August 26, 2010

Five Days of Lobster - Day 5 (8/23/2010)

Monday, 8/23/2010
Today Chris and Monica Brittain drove us all around the Eastern shore.  We visited all the lovely sites in that area.  Everyone was pretty tired when we got back around 7 pm, but it had been a lovely day.  We walked up to Paul and Christine's to return her sunglasses, (they weren't home).  Stopped at Fish Bones restaurant on the way back where I had lobster linguine.  That was pretty filling.  We found the Extra Old cheddar at Cows Cremery in town; Jon had chocolate icecream while I had a peanut cluster and maple cream from Anne's Chocolates.
Todays sights:
- Montague Harbour's nice new facility

- Panmure Island light house with beautiful views of the beach and St. Mary's Bay.
8/23, 11:52:  The palomino colored draft horses liked Monica.
8/23, 11:55:  The view of Panmure Island Provincial Park beach
Panmure Island Light

- Bay Fortune House which has beautiful gardens and a screened in dining area from which to enjoy them, but did not serve lunch that day.
- Lunch at the Inn at Spry Point where I had a delicious Scallop Saffron risotto, and we all had the blueberry tart which was more like a creme brule smothered in wild blueberries with a biscuit standing in for the crust.
8/23, 2:30 pm:  Photo op on the deck of the Inn at Spry Point with Monica and Chris Brittain

- Souris Harbor, our next destination with a spanking new facility and washrooms all done out sweet smelling clear pine, a common construction technique on PEI.
- Basin Head where the singing sands would not make a peep despite Chris' best efforts.

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