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... and son, builder and helper; represented the stacking of my life, a tiny block at a time.
Today, I’m a brick. And so are you. The thing in us that draws us to this event is a strength, something solid, something born of testing and trying, of mixing and baking, firing. We are 12 bricks fastened together by the desire to help. The mortar is the charity we bring to ...
... winter! Seafood is king. In addition to lobster feats one finds local dishes that boast scallops and oysters. Cod tongues- a gelatinous bits of flesh from the fish’s throat about the size of sea scallops, tossed in milk, seasoned flour and sautéed in oil is a local delicacy. Many pair this with scrunchions, also known as fired bits of pork fat.
It was an abundance of seafood, mammals and birds living in and around the ...
... and the other is the historic lighthouse restored to the period of 1839. Cape Spear provided a beautiful view out to the North Atlantic and far out in the ocean, we were lucky enough to see a whale breaching several times.
At the lighthouse, we ran into the couple we lunched with yesterday, as well as the girl from the Sprinter forum we met on previous travels. Then Colleen stopped and talked with a couple from Ontario in a Sprinter similar to ours, only ...
... ll have five of them," was her response. Four packets of different types of cherries, 2x 16 packs of water ($4 a pack!?), chips, raspberries ($4 for a huge packet!), corn on the cob and a six pack of toothbrushes later, we exited the store.
Walmart was the next stop (looks like we're going grocery store hopping today!), in search of some Canada shirts Jess had seen there recently. No luck, we moved on (after stocking up on face masks for tonight). Sobeys: similar ...
... small hotel in the old city, great for walking everywhere. We had a trip to the country, visited the lovely Isle d'Orleans where we had a chocolate tasting, home made maple butter on freshly baked bread and visited a lovely copper art workshop. We also had a walk to a waterfall & visited St Anne's basilica. So many impressive churches! We also went to a local farmer's market where we enjoyed a few indulgences. After much walking we ...