Cats vs Dogs…Showdown At Sunrise

@ Northumberland Provincial Park Campground. The view from our campsite.

The view from our campsite @ Northumberland Provincial Park Campground.

Day 69    August 17    Prince Edward Island, Canada

On this morning, we were greeted with a beautiful ocean view from our campsite. We were also greeted with the view of two cats on a leash at the campsite next to us. Pretty much a doggie nightmare situation, as far as Dax and Trixie were concerned, and we had to do a bit of coordinating with our neighbors, as far as when our dogs would be coming outside for their morning walk.

Breakfast. The dogs are still inside, 'cause the cats next door are still outside.

Breakfast. The dogs are still inside, ’cause the cats next door are still outside.

The cat vs dog situation was in control, and after our walk, we headed south.

On the road...

On the road…

Lovely countryside.

Lovely countryside.

Local maritime architecture near Georgetown....sea shacks.

Local maritime architecture near Georgetown….sea shacks.

Local maritime architecture near Georgetown.

Local maritime architecture near Georgetown.

Cool old abandoned church near Georgetown.

Cool old abandoned church near Georgetown.

Cool old abandoned church near Georgetown.

Cool old abandoned church near Georgetown.

Cool old abandoned church near Georgetown.

Cool old abandoned church near Georgetown.

Made it to Georgetown for lunch and to visit a couple of tiny art galleries. Had an amazing lunch, which included a curried soup made with fresh clams and mussels. The seafood on PEI continued to “wow” us.

Where we are...

Georgetown!

Lunch time views....

Lunch time views….

Lunch on the deck, complete with beautiful water view.

Lunch on the deck, complete with beautiful water view.

The soup, the soup, it's all about the curried soup!

The soup, the soup, it’s all about the curried soup!

The most awesome salad ever!

The most awesome salad ever!

Tiny art gallery in Georgetown.

Tiny art gallery in Georgetown.

Continuing south, we attempted to get on the ferry to Nova Scotia, however, the ferry was already booked. Instead, we backtracked a few miles and checked into the Northumberland Provincial Park Campground, where we, once again, had a nice ocean view campsite. We’d try the ferry again in the morning.

We enjoyed a nice  bike ride around the park, before it began to rain. Perfect timing!

@ Northumberland Provincial Park Campground.

@ Northumberland Provincial Park Campground.

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@ Northumberland Provincial Park Campground. Mark pauses to take in the view.

@ Northumberland Provincial Park Campground. Mark pauses to take in the view.

@ Northumberland Provincial Park Campground. The view from our campsite.

@ Northumberland Provincial Park Campground. 

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