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... plans were to drive a few hundred miles today, but we ended up going just 70 miles to the city of Gander where we are overnighting at a Walmart with a Red Box movie. Gander is the city that accommodated all the stranded passengers during the 9/11 flight diversions.
Seeing that unexpected iceberg today was a good reminder to take the road less travelled.....
... We went through Dildo (no comments from the peanut gallery!) Run Provincial Park on the way.
Onward to Gander to spend the night, get some laundry done, and dry out.
Tomorrow we are heading over to Bonavista, where the explorer John Cabot landed. Don't know if we will make it to Avalon Peninsula or not. Weather should be better tomorrow.....yippee!
P.S.- the roads still suck.
... other than try to simply survive in a place like Newfoundland.
Lastly, it isn't possible to capture Newfoundland. I know I tried with photos and video. It's simply too big, too beautiful, too uncontainable. It's possible to experience Newfoundland, to be in awe of the majesty of the place.
My time on the island was far too short. A quick blast up and down the TCH to Gros Morne and a quick view at a few parts of that. So many more places here to discover and ...
... bought lunch then visited the Terra Nova National Park Visitors centre for another touch tank and short walks to explore the area. Whilst in the park we met another chipmunk which I managed to get a great photo of, see photos!
From here we stopped off at Gander Lake to see the Silent Witness Memorial to the 258 US Servicemen killed when their plane crashed ...
... millions of years ago. Every so often we would meet someone on the trail and have a chat about travelling around the area etc - quite a few people from BC over here. We now felt we deserved a snack at the Two Whales vegetarian cafe a short distance from the end of the walk - who would think there would be a veggie cafe here. Great food - I had the Some LIke It Hot panini while Christine had the soup and soda bread. It appears everyone on the walk we had met ...