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... been booking accommodations the night before (it is the off-season after all, no real advanced planning needed) except for the night of Wednesday, October 2nd; unsure of the roads, the sights, the distances we decide to see where we would would end up. Which is how we ended up exactly where we were meant to, with Gloria and Norman in their beautiful B&B that was technically closed. I know that if we had called ahead, we would ...
... himself. There are only about 3 on the island so they ain't a common sight. Not as rare as mine though.
We followed the coast down to Ferryland. Another lighthouse I have been past a few times but never bothered to get a photo. We all went up the gravel path and got the necessary shots for the trophy. We hung out for a while and enjoyed the view. I sat on the cliff edge and watched the sheep walk around on the isolated island.
On the way back North we took ...
... side of the Avalon Peninsula from Cappahayden 265km to Cape St. Francis. In La Manche there is nothing left but old foundations, stairs, chimneys and memories! We feasted on wild blueberries, incredible amounts of these in here! We see cars parked along the roads in the strangest places and have discovered the reason is it's wild blueberry season! They are quite a commodity used in many commercial products, so there are a ...
... shore. Robert Burcher, a friend from the Collingwood Toastmaster Club, has done a vast amount of research into this inscription and his research is leading to the conclusion that Newfoundland may have been discovered much earlier than most records indicate. It took us a while to find the inscription - we returned to the car and talked to some locals, then went back and found it when we climbed down a ...
... which are a small silver fish, similar to a herring or a sardine. The capelin come in to gravelly beaches to "roll", which means that they are laying their eggs on the gravel shore. The whales follow the capelin in and herd them up for a tasty near-shore lunch, and provide much entertainment to those watching from land and water. Ready for a break from walking, we hopped back into the car for a ...