Shallow Bay Motel & Cabins
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- Swimming pool
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The tent is a bit soggy from the morning's rain & is now tucked away. Hopefully the weather & timing will cooperate in the next few days so we can dry it out & ward off mildew! From here we headed to Gros Morne National Park on the west coast of Newfoundland ...a day of spectacular scenery & hiking a few of this magnificent park's …
... there would be more seaplanes, but this is the only one we've seen.
This morning we're back in The National Park at Rocky Harbor waiting to hear if we can get tickets for a show tonight - the program is sold out, but we are first on the waiting list. If we do get tickets, we'll stay here in a campground tonight; if not, we'll head on out and start winding our way to the central part of Newfoundland and go north from there.
Our visit to Gros Morne National Park started with a drive to Trout River, a small authentic fishing town with many colorful houses and small dories secured at the shore. The area on the road to the village has some unique geology, known as the Tablelands. We came back out the same road we came in on, then traveled the main highway to the Park. We stopped at the Discovery Center, one of the nicest visitor centers we've seen. From there, we formed a rough plan on what ...
As Cruella was down below snoozing, we were awaken from our ferry beauty sleep at 6am with an announcement that we were quickly approaching our destination. 7am rolls around and we are pooped! It was hard to imagine that we wake at his hour for work normally!! We watched the ferry approach the rolling hills of Newfoundland (where the time is a 30min difference from Nova Scotia, 1.5hrs from our home!...how bizarre) ...
Today we head 32 kms north of Rocky Harbour for a 3 km walk into Western Brook Pond to take a boat tour along the pond. The weather is a little overcast with some drizzle, however it is still warm and there is not a lot of breeze. On the way North we stopped in to look at the wreck of the S.S. Ethie in 1919. Not much left now of this old ship. The ship was built in Glasgow in 1900 and was used in the Labrador to St ...