Not really much to report for today. We awoke to more rain, which wasn't the biggest deal since the plan was to drive to Nova Scotia rather than tour around P.E.I. anymore. And so we packed up "home" and set out towards Victoria Vale, Nova Scotia, which is where we are going to call "home base" for the next few nights.
Our day was pretty much just drive, drive, drive, and drive some more. I wish I could tell you all about the beautiful views of Nova Scotia that we passed on our drive, but it was miserable and raining the entire drive. Luckily when we got to our campsite at the Sunnyvale Family Campground the rain let up for a little while so we didn't have to get set up in a downpour. We mostly just hung around the campsite for the rest of the day (which wasn't that long really since we didn't arrive there until about 3:30), other than taking a drive into Middleton, which is the largest town in the area (and even though it's the largest its still not very large at all!). Despite Middleton not being all that large, it amazes me how many gorgeous, old Victorian homes there are. They are all over here, whether you are passing through a town or the countryside! So many of them are extremely well-kept, and the detail in them astounds me - it makes even the smallest of towns eye-catching.
And that was day #4 in Atlantic Canada.