Gower Street House Bed and Breakfast
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... but eventually it was used more permanently by larger family groups.
We then headed out to see the lighthouse and were lucky enough to see a moose along the way. We were hoping to see some caribou as we had heard there were a couple of them out there that morning, but we were happy to see the moose. After making a quick stop at the visitor center to see the exhibits, it was on the road again to get to Deer Lake in time ...
... that most of the shops were closed as it is Sunday. There was one street that was full of eateries and bars and they were opened. I am sure they are buzzing now as there are a lot of tourists about and the locals don't have much time when the weather is reasonable to party.
Struggling to write this as it is late and I am very tired. I don't seem to be able to sleep much with all the travel and time changes etc. I think I will have to write more on the oldest town in Canada.
Since we had an open day, we slept in, and got caught up on our travel blog.
We decided to head out around noon to go back to Cape Spear to check out the lighthouses since we did not have time to do so during the first day here.
Before we and Molly headed out to the cape, we decided to stop at a Mickey D's to see if they had lobster rolls and/or poutine. They ...
... we enjoyed a great lunch. ------ Our drive to the Burin Peninsula was a little hairy, to say the least. Although they didn't get much rain today, there were high winds. This buffeted the car from side to side. We travelled along the TCH (Trans-Canada Highway) for about one hour until we arrived in Goobies. On the way we passed signs for Come-By-Chance, Dildo, Conception Bay and Trepassey. Our temperatures began with 18C in St. John's and ...
... films. Danielle, Tony, Tammy and Alan, who just happened to be ending his Trans Canada journey on his Super Tenere also showed up and hung around for the historic moment.
Then there they were. Nevil sitting astride tired ol Twiggy and James on his beast of a KTM.
I filmed them coming in as I knew this would be a moment he would want to see. We shock hands and they got introductions and congratulations all round. They got their obligatory ...