Elaine's Bed and Breakfast By The Sea
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We have been fortunate in many ways in our time on 'the rock' but being given a cabin for a week of R+R has to be one of the highlights so far. It was down on the Southern Shore on it's own little hill over looking the harbour and out to sea. Very quiet, very serene and just what the doctor ordered. No phone, no internet, no TV, no worries. I hear you scream at the prospect of living for a week with no electronic goodies but believe me, it's amazing. We used to ...
... the sea gulls keep the beaches clean. Cute – Bogie got
attacked by a mother Ruffed Grouse which startled him until he
realized that he was the bigger of the two – the babies made a
clean getaway :).
Headed north to La Manche PP to camp
and use their showers and be able to explore further north; it was
also another tarp first experience. Got pictures of ...
There's nothing quite like starting your day reading trash mags.
I can never bring myself to spend hard-earned money on supporting the invasive lenses of the paparazzi – but it factors into my sister’s weekly spend and so, when she’s around, I too become one of those people who enjoys bemusing the celebrity tattles. From cellulite close-ups and fashion faux pas, to relationship break-ups and the hot new couplings on the ...
... walls built to keep the ocean from toppling over the roadways, but as you can see from the photos warnings are still in place for those folks traveling the roadways during big storms.
In St. Joseph’s we popped into a shrimp processing plant hoping to get an off-the-cuff tour of the place, but as they were in full operation the office said they weren’t allowed to take us through (for safety reasons, no doubt). However, I had a really good ...
... open Atlantic in the other. Signal Hill is deemed a national historic site. As we climbed the hill up to the ’Queen’s Battery’, there were interpretive signs en route, explaining the significance of this historic site. From the ’summit’, we descending the hill on a winding path that provided spectacular views of the harbour and the Newfoundland coastline. Along our route, we were once again treated with wild blueberries!!!! ...