I am finally caught up on my blog reading, but way behind on my blog writing-thats what happens when your having fun fun fun!
|The two rigs parked up and hooked up at the Cochrane RV park.|
|Of course we ate a few meals!!!|
|I wonder whats going on here?|
We laughed, chin wagged, and played cards, and laughed and ate and ate some more.
They all made a trip down to Hopewell Rocks and got to walk on the ocean floor.
We left here on Monday with our motorhomes and convoyed over to Prince Edward Island-we carried walkie talkies and 'moi' played commentator while in travel (I didn't yack the whole time I just pointed out interesting attractions such as eagle nests on poles)
|Of course we stopped to tour Gateway Village on The PEI side for a tour and lunch|
|Ralph, Rick and Buck - outstanding in their field|
|The Three Beauties - waiting for us while we lunched-(Ossumer playing with his new friends!)|
Our first attraction on Tuesday was to Avonlea Village. Very quaint and very "Anne"-we thoroughly enjoyed our day there.
|Buck Jeannie Donna and Ralph-Donna was so excited as she had read everything there was to read pertaining to Anne of Green Gables|
|A concert in the Shanty-it was toe tapping for sure!! We girls sure thought the chap with the accordion looked like George Clooney!|
|Donna of Green Gables|
|Yes there was a Jeannie of Green Gables too!|
Yes we also played dress up!!
|Rick Donna and Ralph|
|My Favorite Farmer|
|Ma and Pa Kettle|
|Aren't we cute|
We toured the lighthouse at Tryon-that was an adventure travelling the road to get to it-not one we'd ever take our rigs on!!
|she was somewhat 'rutty' and we bottomed out in a few places but we bravely carried on to our destination|
|Tryon is a working lighthouse-it sure could use a coat of paint tho|
|Beautiful landscape at the lighthouse|
There were eagles all around us-soaring ever so graceful -I couldn't catch any shots of them but Donna was on task and got some.
|How gorgeous is this!!!|
Donna and I horsing around at Lucy Maude Montgomery's grandparents House...
|This home is owned on PEI by a Doctor from Boston, but flew back and forth to Nashville TN where he has his medical practise-hows that for a summer bungalow!|
|Of course we were treated to beautiful evening sunsets|
Wednesday evening we attended a "Ceilidh" at the Brackley Beach community Hall. Great fiddle music and fantastic step dancers. There was an informal intermission where you could partake of Strawberry Sundaes.
|wow could she fiddle and her legs never stopped she also step danced while playing|
|Buck sat alone-was it something we said Bucko? lol|
Thursday we visited "Victoria By The Sea" A quaint little fishing village-with lots of unique little shops for us girls to visit.
All of us girls sat in the magic healing chair in the candle making shop and made our wish for good health. Then we all bought candles.
Victoria by the Sea is an amazing quaint little town if you ever go to Prince Edward Island be sure to look it up!
This tree is an american elm tree and is the oldest and largest tree on Prince Edward Island. It is amazing.
Last but not least we girls are now "loomers"-we asked Karen of Karen in the Woods -small house big backyard blogger (who is an amazing loomer) if we qualify because we purchased these and she said yes..so now Donna and I are "Loomers" yeeehaww!!!
Ok if your still with me I apologize for rambling on and on-but I just wanted to share all our fun with you! And if your still with me here I thank you for hanging in till the end. I may not blog often but when I do I find I'm trying to cram a week into one blog. I would have blogged daily but the internet in the RV park sucked and we could never get online.
Stay safe out there folks! And remember
"Home is Where you Park it"