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Travel Blogs from Eastport
... 11th grade when he dropped out to become a fisherman. Bruce did not, as he says, have ‘papers’ to show an education. But, he was witty, knowledgeable, and passionate about his home and the history of his trade. For us, he made Newfoundland real. Buddy said it was the best part of our trip so far.
After the tour, I went to the Random Passage site and bought a DVD of the miniseries…from Bernice. It was an amazing ...
... Boys then back on the road. Most of the drive was also quite quiet. We decided to use the extra time to visit Terra Nova park today so we could spend more time searching for Puffins tomorrow. We reached the park around 1pm and stopped by the visitor centre which was swarming with girl guides. After perusing a bit and checking out their touch tank (they had some seriously big starfish) we decided on some trails to hike during the afternoon.
Our first ...
... yards from it. While we could get some great views of it, I walked back toward a house that sat on the shore above the iceberg and caught the eye of the owners. The lady waived and I waived back, and I said that we were admiring their iceberg. She waved us over and said that we were more than welcome to come into their yard to get a better view of it. As we were walking around, a ...
... out, which was no easy task, it was discovered that the thermo coupling had slid out of place! Once fixed, all was well! We made our way up the Bonavista Peninsula. Not much of a sightseeing drive as the rain was pounding and the clouds were low! Parked ourselves just outside of Dungeon Provincial Park overlooking the unusual ...
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A bit of beach combing at Heart’s Desire broke up the rest of the morning amidst the dried out sea urchins, and incredible smooth and surgically thin red and gray beach stones. Out in the bay sits what appears to be the first green of the 1 hole, 1000 yards Heart’s Desire Golf Club. A slab of rock with one swath of lush green grass holding on it’s leeward ...