The Conservative leader's tour arrived in Charlottetown tonight under a nearly full moon.
Before the final burst of campaigning and a 21-hour day scheduled for Monday, campaign staff, journalist, technicians, and flight crew (minus the Harpers) all sat down at a local restaurant on the waterfront to share a turkey dinner.
Unlike most Canadian families sharing dinner this weekend, however, the whole crew on the Conservative tour have been spending far too much time together some days, and never stop talking politics.
So it was an evening to down tools and toast families and friends far from here. Harper's communications directer Kory Teneycke stepped in as toastmaster.
Finally something we all agreed on.
The folks at Peake's Quay served a hot homecooked meal: turkey, savory dressing, mashed potatos, gravy, carrots, beets, mustard pickles, cranberry sauce, the works.