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... across the Atlantic. It was the letter "S". They had a kite flying with an antenna attached.
It was from this lookout that I saw an iceberg. I thought it was a ship and I was going to pretend it was an iceberg in the photos as you couldn't tell from such a distance. After walking around a bit I got the binoculars out and looked at it and yes it was an iceberg. I even asked some people to identify it as an iceberg for me as I knew Jenny ...
... pulled over to let them pass. Not this ****. Followed him all the way down to Holyrood. The traffic was getting bad by now with school kicking out and rush hour approaching.
I got back at 4.15 and put the kettle on for a brew. Michelle called and asked if I wanted to meet Murph and Danielle down town. I didn't really feel like getting back on the bike again as I had just got of it ,so I declined. Made my brew and sat down with the ...
... and now I was really enjoying the site. Walking back UPHILL was a bit of a chore and when we got back to Fort Royal, I was boiling. Such opposites! It was great to stand up in the wind and cool off. The sun was out and there was a better view of Placentia below. All in all, it was a great little historical site to visit. I took a little paper cup and wet a napkin to house my little adoptee. I ...
... through this wonderfully, quirky corner of Canada. The Duckworth was great; a 100 some year old building brought up to a contemporary level of décor. Beware the stairs to the third floor, every tread leaning drunkenly to the left which makes manoeuvering us and our bags a test. Clearly the farthest left I have been swayed since Tony Blair was a boy. With the sun cracking the
pavement and the sky sans clouds, we head off to Signal Hill in search of ...
... a cake walk. So the final flight from Toronto was almost uneventful. There was cloud cover again, which basically stretched all the way across Canada so visibility was minimal. The only break in the clouds I saw were when we hit the Atlantic and then I saw Sable Island which lies between Nova Scotia and Newfoundland. Sable Island is famous for the wild horse which roam it. That always brings the thoughts ...