Days Inn Stephenville
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Yep! We are stiff today - especially my lower back from hip to hip and my upper shoulder area.
Made lots of calls to insurances, etc. - trying to find out if we could get the hotel and car rental covered but no luck.
So tpook another walk with the boys and went to clean up the RV. Sorting stuff into bags to take home with us.
Del Amon …
Monday Morning and another travel day!
First we stopped into the Valley Pharmacy to buy some seal oil capsules - recommended to help with aches and pains for Eric.
We then headed north - destination Gros Morne area. Very windy! About an hour on the road and first thing we knew - was heading for the deep ditch on the side of the road and …
... Jim and I went topside to check out the moon. Strangely enough it was warmer outside than in the sleeping area, which didn't help with going to sleep. Apparently they were handing out free blankets but when Deb and I asked they were all gone. Kerry and Jim went topside again to watch the sun come up and I finally dozed off. These ferry boat pilots are pretty amazing. Arriving in Port-aux-Basques they have to turn the ferry 180 ...
Got to bed really late last night after partying in the lounge at the motel.
Up at 0730 hours, and really sluggish. Showered and walked up the hill to to Esso gas station on the mistaken assumption they had coffee (motel doesn't either!). Walked to the back of the motel and took pics of the beautiful rocky stream back there. Tried to walk the 1.5 km to the fossil site; oldest piece of ...
Left Grand Falls-Windsor at about 0800 hours. Not a very long riding day today so we took decided to take a detour to Cox Cove.
Along the way, there was a horrible accident and we were stuck in traffic on the Trans-Canada Highway 1 for about an hour and a half. I started talking to the logging trucker behind us. He had his dog, Trucker, with him. We were just chatting, and he asked me if I had been "screeched in" as ...