Delta St. John's Hotel And Conference Centre
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... br> On the opposite side of inlet to St John's is a road that leads to another lighthouse - Amherst Lighthouse. This again gave us great views and a decent walk.
Next stop was Quidi Vidi which was a very small inlet with a few really keen houses along the shoreline.
By this time I was exhausted but we still had to do Walmart to get our stuff for camping. Did you know Walmart sell everything except fruit and vegies?
... it the whole way through without crying once! We'd given a few words to the best man, Joel Hynes, to read out for Courtney. We'd each contributed one special memory that we shared. Ben's speech was...very Ben! Funny and sentimental, lots of thankyous, and some beautiful words for his wife. Damien had a few words to say to Courtney and Ben, and after that asked everyone to come and make a circle around the couple. They did a slow dance to a song called ...
... rock and then you could hardly see anything!! We saw thousands of Gannets and Sea Gulls and there was also quiet a large flock of Common Murre. We walked back along the trail with the heavy fog and had a look through the interpretation center. We continued up the Peninsula to the Salmonier Nature Park. Unfortunately they had a Lynx escape it's enclosure so the place had to be closed until the ...
... a few run throughs, sat around and waited for decisions to be made, and did the usual mucking around that occurs at rehersals - pleading leave for ice-cream every two seconds (probably much to everyone's annoyance). Finally it was over and us bridesmaids took Courtney to a resteraunt for dessert. Hannah Keating works here and was so surprised to see us all!
Only one day to go. There's lots happening today! Aunty Julie & Shelley Pitcher ...
... yank tanks and people with small penis' burning fuel and wheel spinning.
Murph's 'Big Ruckus' scooter got more attention than most of the cars. We didn't stay long and rode out under the full moon. It may have been a full moon but it was really dark and perfect conditions for hitting a moose on the highway.
Not that that's possible as there are no Moose on this Island.
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