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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 ...
In the morning i say goodbye to Isaac, Jackie and Brad as they get on a 13 hour bus to Port aux Basque to catch the ferry back to Nova Scotia. Over breakfast I meet Mark (Qld) who has been traveling for 5 years. He's been home a few times but is excited as he will see his mum in a few days, the first time in 3 years. The St Johns Regatta is being held today and its a local holiday. We check out the action for a few hours. I head back to the hostel to get a ...
... herd. They are the most Southerly herd in the world and he hasn't seen them so maybe this was his lucky day. Well, it wasn't...ha ha.
The next day we left the cabin. It was a foggy grey day so it seemed appropriate to leave. It has been an amazing week of relaxing, wildlife watching, photography, eating and riding. And of course it has done wonders for Michelle's leg recovery. I rode back across the 'Witless bay line' slowly as it was foggy and there ...
... with the Mile 0 marker and how 13 years earlier I was seeing it for the first time. That was a feeling of sweet victory. A victory of perseverance, tenacity, and endurance. I was truly looking forward to that feeling again as I hit the mile 0 marker in Victoria at the end of the summer. Finally, off I went. Fortunately, you only have a few blocks of traffic before you can catch a good shoulder on the highway. Unfortunately, it is all uphill from ...
... D feature on caves that assured that none of us would ever attempt that hobby. Then, since this is one of the nearest points to where the infamous Titanic sunk, we entered the wing called “The Titanic Story”. We received boarding passes with the names of real passengers and at the end of the “story” we found out their fate. Sail away included some Parks Canada costumed soldiers performing a special Farewell Musket Salute on ...
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