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... information on places to park overnight, good restaurant finds and local entertainment. They were enjoying their travels and the people here as much as we were. We agreed we would have loved to spend the day talking, but we both had miles to go, so reluctantly we said our goodbyes and headed down the road in opposite directions.
We drove to the town of Twillingate where we had made campground reservations because we didn't know of any boondocking places to ...
... camera steady enough to take a shot.
We were resting ready for bed and I got talking to a couple of local ladies. I was talking for so long that Jenny had to emerge out of bed to join in the conversation. Both these ladies have moved from Fogo and have come back to visit relatives. They explained more about the food that they eat. They love a lot of really thick stewy things which the younger girl said had all the goodness boiled out of it.
... You could hear the waves crashing into it. The pieces that fall off it just float away into the cove. I was going to stay longer watching it but Jenny doubted my ability to scale the cliff if the tide came in and I was trapped. I wandered around and found a seat to sit and contemplate the world.
We are back at camp now and Jenny has connected to wifi. I will try it when I finish typing everything up.Can you believe it? Camping with ...
... We stopped at the Provincial Visitors information centre in Norris Arm then again at the Regional Information just before the bridge over to Twilljngate Island. Out first stop in Twillingate was the first building over the bridge at the Fishing Museum. It was a privately run outfit and well worth the $5 each entry fee. The owner Dave was a really passionate fisherman and he put the museum together himself. It included a cod net display, a ...
... shot by a sniper or something as I was wandering around on their property.
We carried on driving around to the other side of the bay. We found a little recreation park on the waters edge and decided to camp there. The sun was now setting and creating some amazing light. I was going a bit crazy with the photos as it was one of the best sunsets I have ever seen. Probably in my top 2 competing with Perth Australia overlooking the Indian Ocean.
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