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... other side. We also stopped in Elliston, which is famous for its rootcellars and puffins. We saw lots of rootcellars, but unfortunately the puffins had flown out to sea and apparently won't be back till May. The sealers' memorial was a beautiful statue by the water, and commemorated the loss of many sealers in 1914.
With Mel and Glenda, picked up some flowers for Paul's parents graveside. We'd have stayed longer but for the flies.....I'm sure they understood. Popped in to the cabin with a rose for the garden Janice had created. Flies not so bad.
In the cabin a nephew of Geralds who was passing through, so more family catching up.
... to spend more time in Gros Morne and not take the 400 km one way up.
We arrived in the camp ground and cleaned the RV relaxed after and not much more to say. Off we go tomorrow to see the Gander Memorial at the Aircraft Museum and then off to Deer Lake so stay ...
... Lookout, named for Joe Smallwood, first Premier of Nfld, shows vistas of the town of Gambo and surrounding area! It was time to do laundry so we settled in early at the Shriner's RV Park in Eastport! Couldn't get our fridge to light on propane so we'll have to find an RV repair shop to try and get it fixed before going up to Bonavista. We may have to dry camp for a few ...
Today was a relatively short drive to the Corner brook/Marble Mtn. area of the province. Our first mission was to find some waterfalls. Instead we found a grocery store (and a bevy store, and as Jenny would mention, we took the long way).
Not long down the road we found success. A short hike away were the Steady Brook Falls! These were 30m tall with the top half a ...