Just down the sideroad is North
which is protected from the ocean by a breakwater
and is almost closed off by a large sandbar. The harbour
(45k) is also visible from the other side of the bay.
At Rusticoville you can see more views of the bay
. Down by the shore you can see the mussel
in the water. You can tell where they are by the coloured
floats which form floating grids on the bays.
Continue on through South
to Oyster Bed Bridge. Turn left here at the corner
store and head toward Brackley Beach.
At the Brackley Beach intersection where
routes 6 and 15 meet you can turn left toward the National Park
and more great beaches. Stop in at Covehead Harbour and see
the fishing boats. Stock up on fresh lobster.
Head south on route 15 toward Charlottetown.
Between Brackley Beach and Union Road is gently rolling farmland
which is best appreciated from the air. The late summer colours
provide pleasing patterns on the landscape
It gets a bit tricky now. Just past the airport
you'll come to the arterial highway. Go straight through the traffic
lights (on the green signal) and continue on until the next set
of lights. Turn right onto Belvedere Avenue and continue on through
two traffic lights until you get to University Avenue. You are
now back where we started the Charlotte's
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