What’s over there?
We drove by the museum the other day on our way back from North Cape, but it was closed. Knowing how crucial the potato is to the history of Prince Edward Island, we were excited to come back another day and catch the exhibit. If anybody can teach you something about the potato, it would… Continue reading Canadian Potato Museum
Our first full day on the island was a success. We woke up late Thursday morning and had a great small breakfast on the porch of our cottage while looking out onto a sunny Gulf of Saint Lawrence. We then drove off toward Cavendish and got appropriately lost in the fictional and real houses and forests… Continue reading Prince Edward Island, Day 01
Stuff is weight. There’s a philosophy of life around that statement, one that I probably think about subscribing to, and one that I have often offered my amateur opinions on from time to time. At the moment, however, I mean it in the most literal way. Stuff is weight. When we first left for Europe… Continue reading Stuff Is Weight
The only problem with a beautiful and modern looking albergue with a 20 foot ceiling and large expansive rooms housed in a building that is a thousand years old is the temperature control. The wind howled around through much of the night, and even the body heat of those inside did nothing to raise the… Continue reading Zubiri