Adam Spencer – At Home Here in PEI

Occupation: Broadcaster

Place of Birth: Newmarket, ON (same hospital as Jim Carey)

Currently Resides: Charlottetown, PEI

Where’s your favourite place in PEI to grab a coffee?

Not much of a coffee drinker. Quit that when I quit working factory jobs. Definitely enjoy a good green tea though. No real favourite place to grab one, but Timmy's is usually open when I need one the most.

Where’s your favourite place in PEI to grab a pint?

The Gahan House. Nothing even comes close to beating it. It's brewed in the basement and you can even enjoy a tour of brewery with lots of samples! John A's is the best!

Where’s your favourite place to shop in PEI?

I only shop for vinyl and the best place to do that is at Back Alley Music. Pat knows what's going on and he can get in any hard to find vinyl I need for my collection

Where in PEI would we stand to see your favourite view?

Well, being on the Island for just over a year, I've explored most of the Island and it's absolutely amazing from tip to tip. With that being said, I always enjoy heading to Stanhope. The view of the Ocean is amazing and the amount of blue herons there is crazy. Being from Ontario where there aren't many herons, it's pretty cool.

Name 3 things we’ve gotta do when we visit PEI:

1. Try and take in some local music. There's so much talent here. It's unbelievable.

2. Drive from East Point to North Cape to get your tip to tip certificate. Best way to see the Island!

3. Visit all the beaches and all the lighthouses. The Island is much more than Charlottetown. Get out and explore.

What makes PEI such a special place on earth for you?

Two years ago, living in Ontario, I thought I'd never leave. The opportunity came up to move to PEI. Knowing that it's a safe and beautiful place to live made it an easy decision to move out here. I haven't regretted a moment being here on the Island. It's a different way of life and it'll be hard to leave.

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