Then we moved on to North Cape Lighthouse. This is the Northern-most point on PEI. While here we went to the Wind and Energy Museum to learn about windmills generating electricity. While there, we had lunch at the Wind and Reef Restaurant. Marilyn had Seafood Crepes that she said were delicious, and I liked the fish and chips that I had.
Our next stop as we headed down the west side of PEI was the Seaweed Pie Café. We read about the collection of Irish Moss and its uses in beauty products and ice cream. We sampled the Seaweed Pie. I won’t say that I would rush to get another piece, but I would not refuse to eat another one. It was kind of a heavy blueberry whipped topping (green from the seaweed) on sponge cake. The placemat at the café showed us a picture of Howard’s Cove Lighthouse that was not in our books or flyers, so that was our next stop.
Before we left, we both walked out on the beach to get our feet wet in the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
That is all for today. Type at you later.