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Another long day of driving but so worth it! We drove a small village called Lark Harbour and back around the Humber Arm to Cox Cove putting 200 km on the car. So many pictures to sort through. We had a lot of fun. We had a nice dinner at the hotel and prepped for another day drive to Gros Morne tomorrow.
... cars were continuously pulling up to fill their drinking bottles up, amazing.
We branched out and drove about 100 km around an island that's connected to the mainland by a Causeway. This Island was once French owned so all the signage is in French. The place was called Port au Port and the end bit was called Cape St George. The left side of the Island was beautiful, and on the sheltered part of the Gulf of St Lawrence which ...
... we had a nice time visiting our fellow campers, we are definately the Pov people in the park, we are the only tent.. our fellow Aussies have an older style 30ft RV and they are travelling with a couple of those Rv buses from Florida, they belong in a RV Club. The store their RV in the desert in California and come over every year for a couple of months. They tow a little Suzuki behind. Great way to do it..I have serious RV envy.
Now I am tucked up in the tent...we have 2 nights ...
... get a chai for the road. We did not see any moose on the road south today at all. We arrived in Deer Lake sometime after 8:00. It was a beautiful day for travelling. The Viking Trail highway provides such nice vistas of the sea, mountains and landscape in both directions. People who live here are constantly reminding visitors to be looking out for the moose. While we did see moose, we thankfully did not encounter any crossing the road in front of our car.
... last saw snowfall in 1973, it was a snowfall. Any time it snows, the temperature falls at least into the 30 degrees, and today it would start at 26 and rise into the 30's. But there was no wind that would of made the day uncomfortable. With many layers of clothing and the walking, we were comfortable during our stay in Corner Brook, Newfoundland.
We are traveling with Randy and Doris, friends from San Jose. This was the first tme that we have been ...