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What a nice surprise! The ferry actually left within 15 minutes of its planned departure time of 11:30 p.m. and arrived 30 minutes before its expected arrival time of 7:30 a.m.! The voyage was uneventful. Thankfully Kerry and Jim were able to fall asleep before we left the dock. Deb and I weren't so lucky. When I couldn't asleep in the chair I tried the floor (like lots of other folks); that didn't work out so well either. At around 3:30 ...
... br> WE ARE OKAY - but his little hiccup has ended our vacation.
We both had our seatbealts on and it held us tight - I felt like I was being hung from the sealing. Eric had his shoulder into the door and his belt was very tight - so I reached down to get it released. My seatbelt was keeping me hanging from the sealing but I was comfortable - when I released my belt, gravity took over and Eric helped to catch me. We were then able ...
... found in North America. It was too steep and rocky , and these boots aren't made for hiking! No wonder their are no farms here. Boulders everywhere!
Got dressed to ride and the motel owner, Delores, showed up with an extra cup of coffee :). Such a nice lady. So, we chatted for a bit until her husband, Myron, showed up. We started chatting with an older couple who were a few doors down from ...
... Newfie yet. I had no idea what that was, but he said it was a long ritual, and he could not stop laughing. All I got out of him was that it involves drinking the Newfoundland Screech Rum, and something to do with kissing a cod, and eating something disgusting. Sounds like fun!
Anyway, the sun finally came out, and we had a great ride to Cox Cove. While there, a local tour guide stopped as we were ...
... the campsite said that they don’t allow tents at their campsite. They don’t allow tents...(?) Minivans are now called SUVs, and camping involves backing up your massive "house on wheels" and hooking up sewer lines and waterlines. How on earth can camping not involve a tent? She offered us a cabin that featured "3/4 inch tongue and groove" beds and we took them. At least we could charge the phones, and they had ...
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