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Start: Carbonear, Newfoundland
End: Saint John's Newfoundland
... resolutely into the ever-present wind to keep from doing a Mary Poppins out over the eagerly watching ocean, you almost expect to see a musket popping out from behind the conglomerate outcropping at any point. The wind always seeming determined to remind an innocent soul that if a lead ball doesn't take you out, the climate here certainly will. The fact that people have subsisted ...
... constructed. Assistant Keeper Leo Power, who had come to Fort Amherst Light Station in 1943, reminded the builders that he had 11 children — he wanted to make sure there would be enough room for everybody. After his stint as assistant keeper, Leo Power became keeper at Fort Amherst in 1953. He remained until his retirement in 1972 on his 65th birthday. We got a whole new perspective seeing the ocean from the mouth of the harbour ...
When we got off the ship in St. John's, we were greeted by Buster, the black Newfoundland breed of dog, who got lots of petting from the passengers. He was two years old and weighed in at 140...lots of dog to love on! Notice the Newfoundland tartan around his neck.
St. John's is the capital of Newfoundland and Labrador, a city of about 100,000. It seemed like a metropolis, after stopping ...
Also are pictures of Murals of downtown St. Johns, which have fallen into disrepair. This afternoon we had our afternoon tea and coffee and yes, there is a Starbucks in St. John's!
Alan has been doing his best to support the fishing industry by eating only fish since he's gotten here!
Tomorrow is a quick shopping & relaxing day before we catch a late-night flight to Dublin