C & G Cabins
Travel Blogs from Rocky Harbour
... coffee in Brewed Awakenings along with a freshly made "black bottom" which seemed to be a vast chocolate muffin topped with a blueberry muffin! To walk this off we followed the Glynmill stream trail around a small lake and back to Civic hall. A short walk of maybe 10 minutes downhill took us back to the cruise terminal where there were craft stalls in a marquee, and more free ( but very slow) ...
... lot smaller than I thought” before realising that most of the ship had been wood and had disintegrated in the water over the 94 years it had been sitting there, and that she was actually just looking at the remains of the boiler! Then we visited a small original lighthouse (disused) from 1909 at Cow Head. Next on the itinerary was a traditional fishing hut and house that is now owned by the National Park. The history of the island is heavily tied ...
... scree type shale that would affect Bogie's footing on the way down.
Cindy also had her birthday meal here;
Cindy found out about the Justin Thyme bistro in Norris Point by
asking a local street walker where they would eat on a special
occasion – the meal was awesome. The next day we hiked to Baker's
Falls to burn some of the calories we consumed.
... ferry in Port aux
Basques. We were now booked on the MV Highlander, a much better and newer ferry
than the Ole Leif Ericson, aptly named because I think it was built in the time
of the Vikings. The return experience was much more pleasant. A night spent in
North Sydney, and then off home to Halifax. – with a little detour up the North Side of
the Cabot Trail ...
... to our day we finally got on the Trans Canada and headed to Corner Brook, the city is built on the mountain slopes and is quite scenic! A stop in Pasadena to pick a few strawberries and it was on to Gros Morne National Park. Once camp was set up....which takes us mere minutes since we've been doing it almost daily for about a month, we took a walk around a small lake that is near the campsite.....I think I'll call it Noname Lake, as I don't know what it's ...