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... without having booked things in advance only to find out that in the off season a lot is closed or only accessed by private tour. We decided to drive on from Labrador City to Churchill Falls and see what would happen. We have ended up in a great, inexpensive hotel; we went on a lovely walk to see the falls; and we got the last two spots on tomorrow's tour of one of the world's largest underground hydro-electric plants. It's a small example but a good ...
... into Witless Point grave yard to take the steep gravel trail up to a high look out point. A bit dodgy walking up there with loose sharp slate all over the place. A great view up there. I took a photo of Alan with his camera as I don't think he had any photos of himself.
After asking a local woman if there were any lighthouses around here she said there's one at Bay Bulls. We rode there and Ian and I took a short hike up the gravel path. It started to get a bit ...
... our boat took us directly to a spot where Humpback whales were playing. It was a little humpback family, although they weren't really all that little. There was a mom, a dad, and a baby whale!! The baby whale was very interested in the boat, and kept showing off for us with some flips and waving of its fin. Mom and Dad were doing a good job keeping baby safe, but every once in a while they would show off for us too. At one point one of the whales got so close that we ...
... our musicians were in full form when we arrived. The children and other members of the community were in attendance. Once again, we regaled our hosts with our renditions of Greenlandic and Inuit language songs. We did not get much of an applause, though! However, our musicians were very popular with the young children. Our soccer match was ready to start so we went outside to witness a historical (hysterical) match between our staff ...
... we came across Rob, our artist, who was already painting a landscape. He had been there long enough to take some photos and made his sketches on the board that he paints on, and was preparing to start. From his vantage point, he could see the ship, but in the foreground, there is a beautiful array of plant life in a myriad of colours, including at least three shades of red.
Our guide, Denis, who is a ...
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