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Start: Carbonear, Newfoundland
End: Saint John's Newfoundland
... very small towns along our wayl. We had arranged prior to departure to take a boat trip to see whales and puffins. They lied about the whales...they will be there next month...but we saw thousands of puffins, who arrive in May for the breeding season. Their bright orange bills turn dark when the summer is over and they return to sea.
The boat tour took us out to the Witless ...
... he had selected his 5 prunes and moved on. I scooped up a few and returned to my seat. There I found a woman sitting with Kier. Her husband was in the buffet line...you know where I'm going with this, now don't you?? Yup, Mr. Prune Picker shows up at our table. He places his bowl of cereal topped with the carefully selected prunes, and then disappeared again. He returned shortly after with another empty bowl. This one he placed ...
... 25 degrees. They have hit 15 and if tomorrow’s temperature is above 25 they will break the record which has stood since 1941.
Still haven’t driven yet. Jenny is doing such a good job that I have left it to her. She has only got the finger from one cop and that was only to indicate that she should go first. There have been a few other heart racing moments but the recovery has been quick.
That was written this morning but as of today ...
... so much better, skyped Jake, had breakfast and got ready to head out to Salmonier Nature Park. I was expecting a normal conservation park, but this was nothing of the sort! A board walk went all the way through the park and was surrounded by all manner of green Canadian vegetation. It turned out to be more like a wildlife park, with little enclosures that you entered on the board walk. Some very Canadian animals including a few varieties of owl, Caribou, Minks, Moose, Red ...