Strawberry Hill Resort
Travel Blogs from Corner Brook
... that formed the rear barrier of the town. The Glynmill Inn Pond Trail was an open space of trees with rapid running streams that both divided the forest into sections and also filled a large mountain lake that was flanked on all sides by trees clothed in green, red, yellow and other fall follage colors.The trail was basically a slight incline with periodical small hills.
We decided to walk back along the trail to and around the lake, then ...
... pleasant drive in the country.
The landscape turned to wide open spaces with massive boulders strewn all over. A glacier has definitely carved its way through here and left it's garbage behind. There is evidence of this all over the island. It's one hell of a harsh landscape that Mother Nature has moulded to her liking.
The map was useless today as it was one road. Not even I could get lost down here. Just mile after mile of ...
... around 8.45. It was slow going due to the fog. We pulled into the L'anse-amour lighthouse even though we could barely see it. It wasn't open yet so couldn't look around
inside. Got right down by it and took some flicks then back to the HMS Raleigh wreck. I did think about how a WWI warship could run aground in fog, right next to the second tallest lighthouse in Canada! How the **** does that happen? Must have been some dumb ass
... we arrived; though the drive kept
Cindy on the edge of her seat. The park nestles on a small peninsula between Lark Harbour and the Humber Arm.
This park does not get many local
campers (I guess freshwater parks are more fun for them). However,
the hiking trails surrounding this park are truly outstanding and
well maintained. We hiked ...
... I was trying to undertake again. It is truly a humbling experience, but one I am coming to peace with.
So on Saturday I am planning to fly back home and then go in for a full medical and find out what is going on inside of me. Ya I know, should have done that before I left. Should have done a lot of things, but it never happened. However, this doesn't mean the whole trip is a write off. I still see the possibility ...