After Sydney, we started heading west, towards home. We spent a few days in PEI, which I’m starting to think is our most beautiful province. 2 nights stay just outside Charlottetown so we could spend most of the day in the city. More seafood cooked at the camp and white wine to go with it. And of course, plenty of beer at the end of each day’s drive.

We did have some technical difficulties. A propane leak at the tank regulator was easily taken care of at an RV repair shop in North Sydney. And steering problems developed as a result of the rough roads and deep bridge expansion joints in Quebec. This will be repaired in Collingwood.

We ended up driving 6000 km and spent 24 days and 23 nights in the van.


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At the ferry to PEI

At the ferry to PEI

On the ferry to PEI

Wood Islands, PEI

Wood Islands, PEI



Mussel farm

A rocky beach in PEI

Lobster traps

A beach in PEI

The van


Campground at L’islet – Johanne and Chantal

Chantal, Johanne and Pascal

Sunset at L’islet

The town of L’islet

Casse Croute in L’islet

A farm on the way to St Jean Port Joli


Nightlife in L’islet

Super moon at McLaren Campground, 1000 Islands