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... that just happened to be at the end of the line :) We took a 45 minute break to look around the interpretation centre, then enjoyed our egg salad sandwiches and headed back on the trail. Returning was a little faster but our feet were starting to tell us it was soon time to stop. Thankfully we found a fresh water waterfall where we took off our shoes and socks and soaked our sore feet. Our feet thanked us and then we carried on. We made it back in ...
... dreading the thought of staying in someone else's home since we passed it a couple of weeks ago. It is a lovely two storey house with a basement. The lady lives in the basement and we have a room up the stairs. It has two double beds and a bathroom across the hall. It is full of dolls, photos and antiques. I can see Jenny getting a bit twitchy with all the stuff but I feel quite at home. She even has two calendars from the 1940’s. There are dolls stuck ...
Arrived on Tuesday before noon to do
laundry and internet; then proceeded to Malady Head Campground to
acquire a nice site for three nights (based on weather) before
testing Cindy's new backpack. Hiked up to Malady Head for a great
view while munching on trail mix. Hurricane Igor, which arrived two
years ago, caused immense tree damage in the park and the northern
Today was primarily a travel day. We planned to go to Twillingate but, in reading the guidebook, found out that there are Puffin colonies in Bonavista and changed our plans. We decided to stop in Salvage, a fishing village on the ocean, instead of going all the way up to Twillingate and will go to Bonavista tomorrow on the way to St John's. It shortened the drive to Terra Nova National Park to make it easier on everyone. Olivia is determined to see Puffins, a ...
The weather was nice the day we arrived
but deteriorated quickly after that. BBQ steak over a campfire with
wine was a nice end to the day. Silly me didn't setup the tarp but at
least the national parks have rain shelters to cook in a dry
environment (and survive).
Completed all the towns on Highway 310
from Salvage to Glovertown. Found live lobster for $4.50 a pound in
Traytown – ...