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... They are the remains of a 300 million year old tropical forest.
We passed through Port au Port where there is a long strip of land that connects the town to the island. Along this coast the grass is the greenest and the wildflowers are abundant. It is sheltered from the northern winds and is just beautiful. The escarpments are high and look fairly rugged.
At Boutte Du Cap there was a monument commemorating the Arcadians arrival on ...
... anyway back in the day people could stop by and they would be given dough to cook in these ovens, they were randomly placed around the peninsula. Anyways there was this young bloke about 20 sitting on the table beside this oven, supervising the cooking of a loaf. It was his job every Friday and Saturday to sit there and light the fire in the oven and cook the bread, what a **** job !! Boring......
By the time we had seen ...
... I hope they don’t snore as they aren’t far away. It keeps on raining but it is only gentle rain.
There is a couple from Elderslie, near Camden in the park. They have a big bus and are towing a car. They own the bus and keep it garaged outside L.A. and come over here and just travel around. They have met up with others on previous trips so they just go wherever the group decides to go. Colleen and Keith have just built a new house and they have left it for ...
We enjoyed the morning at our chalet, slept in, had a nice breaky, and hit the trail around 12:30. Weather was a bit socked but not bad. Got rained on for the last 10 or 15 k of the ride. We had to call a tow truck to get from Corner Brook to Deer Lake because there is a break in the trail. Ended up at the Driftwood Inn for the night. (The weather was too chilly to camp) :) Put on 117 k ...
The morning of our first port of call was a cold and blustery one with dark snow clouds hanging over the small valley in which the town of Corner Brook was located. We were excited as this was the first time in all our cruises thay we were experiencing snow aboard our ship. It would snow periodically during our day in port. It would never be a heavy snow but more of a frozen mist that periodically during the day would drift down on us. But coming from San ...