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On the way we spent 2 nights in Gros Morne National Park at a gorgeous campsite over looking Green Point one of two UNESCO World Heritage sites we will visit.
We were too late to get a site right on the cliff but it was only a short walk to carry our supper & sit & watch the sea fog roll in just as the sun ...
... to try to see how the houses are built on rocks over looking the harbor. Doubting I'll be able to do that with 800m visibility. Sitting on the ferry, it's hard to tell it's even moving. The steady thrum of the diesels resonates through the seats. Torque. More torque. Standing, the legs tell you the ground is moving. Almost time to get off the ferry and ride... 3 fast paced hours later and I've arrived in Rocky Harbor, NFLD. Passed through scenery that ...
... during the day remained in the thirties and thought we were layer, we never removed any of those layers until we were safely back in the warm heated confines of our cabin.This could be our coldest port. Today we had left Fall behind and walked into a typical Canadian winter day.
Where is Harriet?
Harriet is out on the trail braving the cold winter's day. If you find her; invite her in for a hot cup of chocolate. She would appreciate the offer..
... would only catch as much as you could preserve and store. No point spending time catching fish that will go to waste. In addition to this the fishermen had smaller boats, which meant they couldn’t go too far from shore and also could only fish for around five months of the year, over the summer when the weather is better.
All this resulted in sustainable fishing for the last 500 years and whilst not a rich existence, certainly one suitable ...
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