Like most other Canadians I've met, the sisters were more than happy to engage in chit-chat and pose for a photo. They told me that they recently bought the store where they are now selling a very unique product, fish print t-shirts. The process of printing fish on t-shirts is derived from the ancient Japanese method of printing called Gyotaku. They also sell other local art as well as coffee and baked goods.
To read a more in-depth story on how and why the sisters started their new venture, you are invited to read an on-line article written by Guardian reporter, Sally Cole: https://www.theguardian.pe.ca/business/None/sisters-team-up-to-print-fish-t-shirts-in-north-rustico-236237/
When you visit P.E.I, you will undoubtedly travel the Central Coastal Drive. I highly recommend a stop at North Rustico Harbour and a visit to The Fishead Company Store to meet Cheryl and Tracy. These two gracious women truly do embody Maritime hospitality.