Blue on Water
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Today was earmarked for a supply run for our pending road and camping trip. Three hundred bucks later at the local Canadian Tire (right next to the Tim Hortons) we emerged laden with camp chairs, an axe, an inflatable wash basin, and all the knickknacks required for comfort in the field. Well, not really the "field", as we will be lounging at a drive-in campsite for most nights of our ...
... lighthouse at South Head, which had previously been paid for by local contributions. A new Lighthouse Board was soon formed and commissioners were appointed.
In 1849 the Lighthouse Board decided to build a new stone lighthouse adjoining the old one, and it was finished by the spring of 1852. The new lighthouse was the first lighthouse in Newfoundland to receive a Fresnel lens. A Fresnel lens can capture more oblique light from a light ...
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Weather: our good luck streak with great weather continued with partly cloudy skies, we started as low as 12.5 degrees in the morning and ended up with 23 in St. John's.
We left our host Jack Slade in Carbonear and rode into St. ...
As we sailed out at the end of a great day, the city was a blaze of light behind us.
The entrance looked even smaller in the dark and the bright green navigation lights to our stern added to the atmosphere!
Our next point of call is Halifax in Nova Scotia.......
... oil, before finding a playground next to a mini putt putt with a picnic area so we could cook dinner. We were starving by this stage as it was 8 o'clock!! We had a nice dinner then found the nearest Walmart where we called it a night. It was close to the airport so we could see the planes coming in and out. We were stoked to have the internet in the car so could catch up with all our messages and ...