Charlottetown, PEI is the birthplace of both Canadian Confederation and Canada’s first ever podcast, Live from the Formosa Tea House.
Bruce and Mark sit down for dinner around 8:30pmAT and chat about noise floors, Mark’s Forrest Gump life, lobsters, aerial maps from the 1870s, and obsolete technologies. For the record, we ate salads.
It is now day three of their working road trip, and our protagonist hosts find themselves in Charlottetown, PEI — the birthplace of confederation.
Mark and Bruce reconnect at the Lounge only to discover it’s bigger, has more TVs and an expanded menu that includes potato spring rolls.
Michael Musiel (the Virtual Yooper) mixes a powerful Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster and Bruce gets shipwrecked. Whose horse is that, anyways?
Daniele Rossi serves up a Stuttertini, more pink than seafoam green, under the watchful eye of his speech therapist.