We crossed the Confederation Bridge, a 12.9 km structure, to Prince Edward Island in the Maritime provinces of eastern Canada. Driving around PEI we came across this town with a familiar name. We just had to stop and ask if they had clotted cream or Cornish pasties, but were met with blank stares, the 'deer in the headlights' look. I get my Cornish Pasties from Nevada City, where our daughter lives, in the Sierra foothills. During the '49 gold rush, lots of Cornish tin miners landed in Nevada City to work the gold mines. The Cornish pastie recipe came across the Atlantic.