Elaine's Bed and Breakfast By The Sea
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... tip of the Avalon at Mistaken Point where we did a short guided hike to some very interesting fossils. We also tried to see humpback whales on a boat tour, but only saw puffins. We also visited Colony of Avalon and learned about how the first settlers carved out an existence. Irish roots run very deep here as Irish flags can be seen everywhere on the peninsula and Irish Rover type local music fills the ...
... the fog. A huge bank was rolling in and the temperature had dropped so we turned back once we reached 'Chance Cove Provincial Park'. This Park has a colourful history. The residents of the town many years ago were on the brink of starvation so they covered up the lighthouses and let the ships come in and wreck themselves. The residents would then go out and plunder the goods and maybe worse.
On the way back we took a side road near 'Renews' and ...
... resource road north of Colinet that
was posted for salmon fishing... After about six or seven kilometres,
most of it in four wheel drive, we found a great campsite but the
recent rains made it impossible to get to the river without
hip-waders :(. Some ATVs arrived early the next morning (5:15) well
equipped for filling their creels. So we decamped and decided to
... 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!!!! ...