C & G Cabins
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... a bottle of wine from the Niagara Peninsula where Colleen grew up (we're supporting your local economy, Carolyn!).
The band, Anchors Aweigh, has been playing together for 18 years. The five musicians played everything from traditional Newfoundland music (which we describe as a mix of Scottish, Irish, Cajun and bluegrass) to classic rock and roll, much of it tongue-in-cheek. Their straight man had everyone howling with ...
... surface and how the rock above is still changing today.
All the while, you encouraged to move about the boat to take photos or get a better look. Doing all of that, I managed to loose my hat to the ever present wind. Good bye dirty smelly hat I really liked.
We saw a cow moose and her calf towards the end of the boat ride. And finished last half hour listening to traditional Newfoundlander music, which is an Irish/folk cross up. It's quite good.
... the town on the other side of the lake. Periodically along the trail we would see patches of ice that survived in the shade ot the trees. The temperature remained in the thirties with brief periods of light snow fall. This was a distinctive difference for four travellers from the warm climes and sidewalks of San Jose. But we perservered thru all that the area was exposing us to in our walk thru the forest here in Newfoundland. We passed moose fences, salmon ...
We continued north from Norris Point to the next town where we are staying for the next two nights. Rocky Harbour is a small town of scattered housing with a small centre area with a few restaurants. We liked Rocky Harbour, it is a good spot to explore from, being more or less in the centre of Gros Morne National Park. It has a real community feel, the town is frequented by locals and is not just a tourist hot spot.
We managed to fit ...
... as i don't feel like camping tonight. It's becoming a trend that the hostels recommended by Lonely plant shut down and this is the case with the one here. A couple of ladies in a store know of an alternative back in Rocky Harbor and I make it there just before it starts to rain. A good nights sleep is definitely in ...