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Our day today started sunny and warm with the temperatures peaking mid-afternoon at about 30C plus humidity. After making our own breakfast in our suite, Sandy and I headed for the harbour front where we had a 1pm cruise booked in search of icebergs, whales and perhaps puffins. Still feeling the effects of Monday's crossing to St Pierre, Barb decided to take it easy at the suite. We arrived downtown early enough to find a parking spot on ...
... 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 ...
... by the government of New Found Land! We then visited Holy Trinity Church built in 1865 in the Gothic Revival style. It is the last remaining stone church built during this period in Newfoundland! It is entirely constructed using local stone! Lunch was cod, chips and a million dollar view! Came to a stop at La Manche Provincial Park, set up camp, put up our feet, pulled out our books and enjoyed the ...
... get pictures from the top.
We took the trail from the top of Signal Hill down to the harbour. It would be significantly more challenging to walk the trail in reverse, from the harbour up. The stairs and the trail are very steep. At one point, there is a chain bolted to the cliff that you have to hold while walking the trail because it's narrow and drops off. There was a deep chasm at one point on the trail and we could ...
... a moonscape! The area is home to some caribou but we didn't spot any today.
Later in the afternoon, it became quite chilly and the fog started to roll in. The Northwest B&B in Trepassey was a welcome sight after driving through the dense fog. Bertha and Gerard, our lovely hosts at the B&B made us feel right at home. We enjoyed visiting with them in the evening over a few snacks and drinks. ...