August 25,1999

Day six of twelve.

Hello to everyone!!! Hi this is Katie and I'll be the story teller this evening. So grad a cup of tea and snuggle up with a blanket as we begin on an adventure all of our own.

Mitch and I got up at about 9:00 a.m. Atlantic time. and we left the Inn around 10:00 a.m. And out for our daily adventure to the new land which today were New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Nova Scotia. New Brunswick is were our adventure begins while the King Mitchell was driving  their carriage Princess Katie read about Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass. Which in it self was an adventure. Eventually they got to Sir Paul McNab's Island (Prince Edwards Island) which is a grand and magical place full of people with the most unique way of life they prefer to fetch there food than have the servants bring it to them. They go out to sea at the crack of dawn and go out in this boat of the most peculiar shape and it has no cannons in case pirates attack. But they always return with a great deal of Lobsters, Tuna, and other types of sea creatures. I was told by the host of the island that they sell it and make a good deal of money that way.

We dined in one of  Sir Paul's pubs which was held in high regard in the small Fishing Village. He was very friendly with one of his young wenches at the Pub which to best of my knowledge the Royal Court knows nothing about their association with each other.

Sir Paul retrieved his Giant Herbie and Placed it in his carriage of the most Royal color it was very charming to say the least. But he had spiders and Flowers growing in it which puzzled me to a great deal why one would let there carriage deteriorate so.

All of us got in our carriages and were off to a market so that the Princess could acquire a nail file for her nails were long, jagged, and not at all very Lady like needless to say they weren't the hands of a princess. Once they got to this market the Princess acquired a nail file with the most peculiar carriages on it ( Classic Beetles), a buffer so her nails will look well, lotion so her hands will not be dry, nail polish so they will look healthy, and also a pair of dark spectacles to protect her royal eyes from the sun ( sun glasses). 

Then Sir Paul Escorted the Royal visitors back to the draw bridge over the great sea and bid them a due and rode off into the sunset in his carriage of the most peculiar shape and color. The royal family was on there way to conquer there last land of the long and tiring day. . . Nova Scotia.

The time was late and the moon was high in the midnight sky by the time the King and his sleepy princess reached the Inn for the night and as soon as they got there. The Princess in her royal fashion claimed the BIG bed and went to sleep. While the king down loaded the story of there day.

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Saint John's River
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Draw Bridge over the Great Sea
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Sir Paul's Island
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Prince Edwards Island
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Sir Paul's Prison Tower
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Sir Paul's Carriage
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Sir Paul's Royal
Church
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The Boats
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The Pub
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Some Commoners discussing today's catch
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Halifax Police Car
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Sir Paul is in Trouble again with the Sheriff of Notingham??
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Sir Paul, King Mitch, & Herbie
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Sir Paul Triumphantly holds up the Herbie
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Paul says," Sorry Naomi, I won it, I won it!!!!
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The Garden in Paul's carriage
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Our carriage is finally empty
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Sir Paul rides into the sunset
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Our new Land