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... se joignant au grand vent. Our first night at the nearby provincial park was surprisingly pleasant. They allowed us to share a site, and with the senior’s discount, came to a whooping $11! We did notice a significant reduction in night-time temperature, with an overnight low of 10 degrees. It’s good that we came equipped with warm clothes and good sleeping bags.
Next morning, after a nice warm breakfast in the RV with grandma and grandpa, ...
... While playing the accordion, which is hard enough, he danced. One time he danced through the audience. We loved when the band played Newfoundland songs in the style of Led Zeppelin, the Who and Ozzie Osborn, and did a great job of it, too! Another amazing feat was Wade Jones playing the Surfaris "Wipe Out" on an Ugly Stick. The band polled ...
... rain, so it was only a quick look. The road into it was narrow and very slow, so I decided not to go for the interperative talk the next day while Mark and Mariah hiked Gros Morne mountain.
Uhmmmm, yes, what mother said. Not much else to add. . . other than strawberries. They were so tiny compared to what we normally eat! Despite their size, they were still delicious.
... into the present highway. We wondered back to the car along the beach, one of the very few sandy beached in Newfoundland. Mark decided ti try kite sailing while Mariah and I got lunch. Wind died though. We stopped at Western Brook Pond trail. I was too tired from the day before and turned around early, but Mark and Mariah got there. They have a boat ride, that they didn't take, from there that takes you down the lake as it narrows within the ...
... of boardwalk and generally flat but VERY LONG, 10 km. I was exhausted by the time we returned.
Our interpretive guide gave us a geology lesson on the formation of Green Point. We were standing where the Iapetus Ocean (which became the Atlantic Ocean)used to be. The Iapetus Ocean laid between two land masses called Laurasia and Gondwonaland. Shale and limestone deposits littered this coastline. In a single step, you ...