Children of the Corn

The Kindred Spirits Inn made my PEI experience. In addition to having comfy digs, good food, and friendly staff, they helped to support the 65 Cities Tour. Way to represent the East side. Thanks for caring about fighting Cystic Fibrosis!

After leaving the Inn:

I made my way to Green Gables:

And took a walk down “Lover’s Lane”:

It seemed strange to do this without Joey, but on a positive note, the trail was surrounded by a golf course on either side. He would be proud.

Here are some reasons why people think PEI is awesome:

To name a few. After I left Prince Edward Island National Park, I cruised up to Summerside, where I met John Schurman and gave him a DVD:

Obviously, I am really embracing the whole golf course theme. On my way out of Summerside, I couldn’t help but notice another theme:

What the hell is this about? Even more disturbing is the fact that the building behind the flagpole that those two little straw children are tied to is the local Rotary Club. It seems strange that an organization dedicated to humanitarian service would allow this to transpire under their watch. That said, it should be noted that every single one of these handcrafted mannequins has a giant smile on their face, so who am I to judge? Looks like they’re having a better time than the wooden crew from St. John, New Brunswick:

Tonight I made it to Nova Scotia:

Now that’s a welcome sign!


2 thoughts on “Children of the Corn

  1. mwillis October 10, 2011 / 12:08 am

    Ahhh, PEI, I remember those sights, went there back in 2003! I love the photo of you as Anne:) She is my hero! and a real inspiration, you have a lot in common! thinking of you!

  2. Kimberly Burge October 10, 2011 / 7:17 pm

    Dude. I am green with envy that you went to Green Gables. I totally need one of those hats.

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