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PEI and Nova Scotia

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I've read many of your terrific tips on the forum and I think I'm just getting more confused about the best plans for us.

We have a week scheduled at White Point Resort in Queens, NS for late June. I originally thought we might leave a day early (because we are scheduled to catch a ferry in Cape Cod MA USA on the same day we check out, but now I think I'm going to try to reschedule my other ferry reservation for the following day. It's obvious that a week on NS is barely enough.

Just found out today that the ferry from NS to Portland ME is no longer running.

We will drive up from Tennessee, taking an overnight stop or two along the way. We would like to spend at least two or three nights on PEI before moving on to our reserved resort week. We've never been to this part of Canada.

We have a handicapped child, so hiking and similar activities are not an option unless it's on a wheel chair accessible trail. We enjoy scenic drives, old buildings, farmers markets, flea markets, family restaurants, and will definitely check out the farm country on PEI.

Your suggestions for a plan for this trip will be much appreciated.

Thanks for your help.

Sheila

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