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... ventured off. There is this island, called Battrick's Island, that can be reach via a beach causeway, and it is just a few minutes from our campsite. Once we started our uphill climb we realized we forgot our walking sticks. Of all times to forget them! It was quite a steep climb up a rocky trail, I was already getting concerned about the return trip down. Once we got to the windy top we each picked a rock to sit at and scoured the water with our binoculars. After about ...
... all together. We figure that people actually use them as weekend getaways/cottages. There are so many beautiful lakes and coastlines one can see why folks do this. Always something exciting in Newfoundland. We are about half way to Twillingate when we come to a closed road. Apparently a dump truck lost his load of dirt all over the road and the fire trucks are washing it off. Thankfully only about a 30 minute delay. ...
We were just about to pull out for the day when we heard someone calling Jim's name. We looked up and there were our friends, Valerie and Trevor from BC. We met them in Sydney, NS before we all boarded the ferry; they sailed two days ahead of us and were touring Newfoundland in the opposite direction. What are the chances we'd meet right at the halfway point! They came on board Riley and we all spent a good hour talkIng about our travel experiences. They are boondockers too and ...
... trek up the hill. She has come back a fountain of knowledge. We are 17,408 kms from Sydney, Vancouver 4,925, from London 3,906, New York 1879kms. So we are closer to London than Vancouver. The four corners of the flat Earth are Hydra, Bermuda, New Guinea and Fogo. She also said that it is blowing a gale up there and that has completely discouraged me from making an attempt to climb up. It is so windy you can’t hold your camera ...
... this was interspersed rocky outcrops following the coastline. The coast was very rocky but the rocks were unusual as they were reddish brown and very rounded. There were ponds full of single boulders along the way. The coast is very flat as there are no trees at the edge.
The first stop was Dover Fault which is an ancient fault line separating the American Continent(Gondwana) from the European Continent (Laurentia).
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