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Friday, August 17:

More family visiting today, this time with Jodi, Micheal and granddaughters, Stephanie and Olivia. Although it turned out to be a little cool for the pool, Michael barbequed salmon, shrimp and scallops to perfection, after which we

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Thursday, August 9:

We awoke to a calm morning, but upon emerging from our trailer, found that the dishes we had left on the picnic table the night before had blown all over our campsite, necessitating a search and rescue

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Thursday, August 2:Today was our day to “drive around the island”, but I’m afraid we didn’t make it too far. While PEI is a mere 40 miles wide by 140 miles long, there are many diversions that draw one off

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Wednesday, August 1:

Today we drove into Charlottetown to see the musical performance of “Anne of Green Gables”. It was a wonderfulproduction with great singing and dance numbers. The young woman who played Anne was particularly good,bringing the high drama

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Well, we have had a few experiences since my last posting. Never a dull moment it seems, but at least we are still laughing. Here’s what the “3 stooges” have been up to lately.

Friday, August 3:

Today turned out

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Wednesday, August 8:

After another WalMart night, we left St. John on the Fundy Coastal Drive, winding along the coast through the trees with periodic glimpses of the bay.  Our drive took us through Musquash Marsh and St. George marsh,

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Tuesday, August 7:

This morning we awoke to pouring rain and two random acts of kindness.  As we lay in our camper preparing ourselves for stepping out of the camper into the wet soggy mist, there was a knock on

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