Wednesday, July 06, 2011
P.E.I.: Day Fifteen
Then we hit the Wharf, which is just a lot of tourist stuff. Emily bought some old Golden Books and I stopped myself from buying the entire Fraggle Rock stuffed animal line-up. Because we are pretty much over Cows, we went to a place for ice cream called Billy Timbre, and their picture of the banana split looked amazing, and since I'm going to go off treats upon our return, I figured why not go out with a blast.
Let me say something, the photo didn't do it justice, I had no idea what I was in for:
Large waffle bowl
Four scoops of ice cream
Lots of whipped cream
Fresh raspberry sauce
I got through a little over half, and did I ever feel sick afterwards, don't get me wrong - it was tasty as hell, and I'd go back in a second, but it's something best split between at least two people. Probably more.
Found a nice nearby park to kill some time in and then headed back to the Wharf where a man played some songs on his guitar for Ephraim before we headed to the airport.
So we're home now, safe and sound. It's nice to be back. In the end, I think two weeks was too long to spend in P.E.I. with a two-year old. We had a great time, great weather for the most part, but unless you want to spend the whole time on a beach or in a park (which we can do here) you run out of things to do rather quickly. Perhaps that comes from being used to the options of Toronto as well though.
I still have a few days before I start my next show, so tomorrow will all be about decompressing, unpacking, relaxing. I was going to be a good boy and hit the gym tomorrow. We'll see how the morning goes.
Well thanks for following along. That's in for the vacation blogs, although stay tuned - I should have news about my film The Untitled Work of Paul Shepard (aka The Girlfriend Project) very soon!