|Bras d'Or Channel|
|Pleasant Bay on West Coast|
|Just another beautiful lighthouse|
Then on to PEI, where we found a great little motel and decided to stay two days for a well needed rest. Richard and Linde went to see Ann of Green Gables cottage. The owner of the motel had a baby racoon that he had rescued and was interviewed by a local TV station. We were able to watch the news clip that night which was interesting as we had met the racoon that day. On Friday we left to drive over Confederation Bridge back to New Brunswick.The Confederation Bridge is one of the world's feats of construction because it has to be resistant to ice bergs. Because of the high winds in the area, the sides are very high so you can't see any view from the bridge. The sides deflect the wind upward, but even so, in high winds trucks and tall motor homes are restricted. This was the case today, so we could see them lined up everywhere on both ends, waiting for the wind to die down. On the New Brunswick side of the bridge we hit 13000 miles, since we left home. We stayed in Fredericton for the night and had dinner with Phil and Pam Ossinger(MG people) Next morning we went to Hartland, New Brunswick, to see the longest covered bridge in the world - 1282 feet. We crossed the border into Maine near Houlton on the Sat. the 17th.