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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Wood 'n B&B Stephenville
The hosts could not have been nicer or more helpful. They live next to the house used as the B&B, so you feel as though you have a whole house to yourself. It is a pleasantly decorated, spacious place and the breakfast is tasty and filling. The wifi was sssslllllloooowwww and I gave up trying to get to my email.
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Yep! We are stiff today - especially my lower back from hip to hip and my upper shoulder area.
Made lots of calls to insurances, etc. - trying to find out if we could get the hotel and car rental covered but no luck.
So tpook another walk with the boys and went to clean up the RV. Sorting stuff into bags to take home with us.
Del Amon offered to come get us Thursday and Barb and Albert offering to come to get us with a truck tomorrow
... the passenger door and push it upwards - when I poked my head out, there were people stopped on the highway wondering if we were okay and how many of us were in the RV. They phoned the police, firemen and ambulance for us. Some of the people moved on but one guy kept talking to me and kept telling us to stay in the RV until the firemen arrived with a ladder. No one could get to us because of the swampy ground below.
The firemen took ...
... were from Alberta and traveling north, accompanied by their huge parrot, who is 44 years old!!!
So, off I go to ride the 80 miles around the peninsula. Slightly overcast, but NO rain! Really beautiful scenery! There was a huge quarry on the top of the mountain. I stopped at a concrete pier, and there was a guy there fishing, and he was kind enough to take some pictures of me. He ...
... pictures. He handed me his business card, and asked if we had seen the view from the top if the hill. We hadn't, so he said, "follow me!". Just WOW. His name is Darren Park of Four Seasons Tours (www.fourseasonstours.ca) and he takes tours to feed the bald eagles, and fishing tours. He is also on Facebook. He has never been off the "rock", and has no desire to leave. Really, really nice guy. He took that fabulous picture of ...
... 305 million years ago! The petrified trees are laying on the creek bed! Our next stop was Abraham's Cove to take a look at the cliffs. A very picturesque spot with boat launches made of small logs. We drove by a huge quarry at Sheaves Cove where they were busy loading a freighter. Off to find Boutte du Cap, just outside of Cape St. George and to our delight there is free camping here! When we came around the corner we were amazed at ...