Rialtariders

We like to travel to warm places!
Living in: Cornwall, Canada
  • Day6

    Kathryn Hanna Abby Park

    February 21 in the United States ⋅ ⛅ 25 °C

    We left Cornwall February 16. Drove from 5:30 to 10;30 pm to Cortland, New York.
    Sunday-8:00 to 6:30. Stayed in Emporia, Virginia.
    Monday 8:00 to 4:00. Stayed in Savannagh, Georgia
    Tuesday -arrived in Jacksonville, Florida. Staying in Kathryn Hanna Abbey Park until Friday.
    All in all, a smooth trip. The only damage was to the antennae, which was being too be replaced anyway.Read more

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  • Day1

    On our way home

    September 17, 2018 in Canada ⋅ ☀️ 29 °C

    We left New Glasgow at 8:20. Arrived at Edmundston, New Brunswick around 4:00. Good roads, light traffic, all good!
    Camping at Parc Provincial de la Republique again! Site 7
    Water has been drained from the pool, workers are now spray painting the buildings around the pool.
    Very few campers today.
    Warm here today! Not like the last time I was here 10 days ago!
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  • Day0

    Last day

    September 16, 2018 in Canada ⋅ ☀️ 18 °C

    Sunday, September 16
    Rain forecast for this morning, so went for a drive to Mount Stewart. We wanted to try Linda’s Country Kitchen, butt didn’t like the looks of it so went to Sobeys and bought food for sandwiches.
    Found the cutest little Pumpkin patch just outside of Charlotteville.
    Drove to Brackely Beach and biked from there to Robinson’s Island. Biked back. About 17 kms. Loved the trail on Robinson’s Island.
    Went for dinner at Dalvay on the Sea. Tony had the fall flavours menu. Everything on this menu was grown and produced on the Island. He had as an appetizer warm brussel sprout salad with prosciutto, sourdough croutons and Parmesan cheese, Beef Brisket with Japanese turnips, heritage carrots and potato/sweet potato pie, and deconstructed pumpkin pie. I had beef tenderloin with mashed potatoes, beets, carrots, yellow beans, and rutabaga. A thick, rich brown peppery sauce was drizzled overtop. Everything was delicious!
    FaceTimed with Adalynn and Matt and Val later. Adalynn’s exciting news is that she is using the potty now! :-)
    Early to bed, big drive tomorrow!
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    New Glasgow, PEI.

    September 15, 2018 in Canada ⋅ ☀️ 23 °C

    Saturday, September 15
    Drove to North Rustico and bought 2 more pounds of scallops and 1 more pound of shrimp to bring home with us, then shopped at the local grocery store
    Drove to Charlottetown to return some things to Northern Reflections
    Played golf at Glasgow Hills. 5:00 rate is $40 per person with a cart. Course in pretty good shape, nice holes, gardens etc. Tricky greens again!Read more

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    New Glasgow, PEI

    September 14, 2018 in Canada ⋅ 🌙 14 °C

    Friday, September 14
    Changed campgrounds today. Staying at New Glasgow Highlands Campground for our last 3 days. Site 30. Next time, we would like site 27
    Things are pretty much the same here, even though Les and Marlene have semi-retired.
    Had lunch, then went to Clyde River Golf Course for 9holes. $25 per person with a cart. You get what you pay for! Enough said! (Although the first 4 holes were pretty with views of the Clyde River)Read more

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    New Glasgow, PEI

    September 14, 2018 in Canada ⋅ 🌙 14 °C

    Friday, September 14
    Changed campgrounds today. Staying at New Glasgow Highlands Campground for our last 3 days. Site 30. Next time, we would like site 27
    Things are pretty much the same here, even though Les and Marlene have semi-retired.
    Had lunch, then went to Clyde River Golf Course for 9holes. $25 per person with a cart. You get what you pay for! Enough said! (Although the first 4 holes were pretty with views of the Clyde River)
    After golf, went for dinner at PEI Preserve. Tasty garlicky scallops for me and salmon for Tony.
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    PEI national park

    September 13, 2018 in Canada ⋅ 🌙 9 °C

    Thursday, September 13
    Bike ride from Cavendish Beach towards North Rustico. Made it about 3/4of the way, so about 7 kms each way. Beautiful scenery.
    On the way back, saw 3 ladies in a Rialta exactly like ours. Stopped for a chat
    Lunch, then went to hit balls at Stanhope Golf Club. Drove to North Rustico to Doiron’s Fish Market for some scallops and shrimp for dinner.
    Sunset on the beach. So pretty.
    Went to the office to use the Wifi and saw the Ladies in the Rialta parked on the road in front of the firewood shed. Their Rialta would not start and a guy named Reg was trying to jump start it. Wouldn’t work. So they decided to camp for the night in the parking lot. We pushed the Rialta off the road and into a parking spot and the ladies started to set up camp. Then, a guy on a motorized unicycle (!?!?) rolled in, hit the starter with the blunt end of an axe, and it started! So, the ladies returned to their campsite. Later, Tony and went over to give them a spare part in case the garage didn’t have it in stock. During our conversation, we realized it was Diane, Bonnie, and Lynne Toelstrop, friends and classmates from Beebe Elementary School! What a surprise!
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