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Days on Road: 12 weeks
Travel by motorhome: 9,253km
Travel by car: 3,695km
Total km: 12,948km
New Wildlife sighting: Minke Whale
Iceberg sightings: 3
Finally decent wifi - this is what we did August 10 - 19th - Sorry for the delay in posting! There are lots of photos of signs in this entry, if your interested in reading them just enlarge the photo!
We didn't make it to Labrador, it was really ...
... died hunting in storms or fell through thin ice hunting the seals. This practice changed in the early 20th century because of the many dangers. To commemorate the sealers, a statue was erected in town of a father hugging his son to keep him warm while they waited for help to come get them and they froze to death in each others arms. It is a pretty powerful statue.
From there, we started making our way to St. John's. We saw our second moose of the trip, a ...
... It was a lovely day for a walk and it was a popular spot with the locals. The campground at the Provincial Park was really nice and we were able to use the showers there after our walk. We headed up the number 10 highway to just out of St. John's where we stopped at Timmies to use the internet so we could have a good catch up with both families! We found Canadian tire after this and dropped off ...
... this size. The hall is basically a largeish house in which they've opened up a big room on the bottom story. I was so impressed with their enthusiasm in singing during the hymns! It's amazing how much of a difference their accents makes to their pronunciation while singing too! Julia Hynes (the Canadian bridesmaid) had just flown in Sunday 1am from Australia after attending her brothers wedding in QLD. We were ...
... Megan and I have been to a couple of times, with our friend Kirsty. It's called Nautical Nellies and is a really nice place. Everywhere in St. John's is full of happy, friendly people on weekend evenings, I've noticed.
I had my first experience of Newfoundland fish and chips, and it was huge! Super tasty, too.
After that we made our way down to the Mile One Center. It was bigger than I was expecting, and we decided to pick up a ...