Shallow Bay Motel & Cabins
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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When the beginnings of man started to migrate up from Africa, some turned left and others turned right when they entered Europe. Over thousands of years the cultures progressed and expanded. Then 1000 years ago a Norse expedition led by Leif Eiriksson was forced to leave Greenland due to numerous murder charges, landed on Newfoundlands great …
Today will be the longest driving day on the trip and cover the most unfamiliar ground. Our drive starts at Cow Head and winds through the Northern Peninsula to St. Barbe where the ferry awaits. Long winding stretches broken up by small picturesque communities. We stopped and took pictures of the sunrise and stood in awe of the Mountain ranges that tower above the landscape. To our left is the vast expanse of the Gulf of St. ...
... the last pond, the final campsite. We eventually made it to the bottom, Raylene and Wendy much quicker than the rest of us. We three took our time, discussing strange English sports such as Bog Snorkling, and shows where they use junk to design cars and flying machines for competition.
During lunch on this day we were so hungry and tuckered out and our food supply running so low that we decided to make our own food inventions, its amazing what tastes good when you ...
Today, we move camp. The day has dawned beautiful yet again. We are unable to believe our luck with the weather so far. Newfoundland has had one of the worst summers in many years so we are told, yet the sun has been our constant companion. The question though is not if this will change, but when.
Our move today is a minor one geographically - from Berry Hill campground in the centre of the park to Shallow Bay, at its northern end. We had ...
... Shield itself. It occurs to us that, in this 16 km long valley, we have entered into a natural museum of pre-history. One that is open for all to see and experience. Freely offering its lessons to anyone curious enough to wonder. An hour in, we have reached the end of the pond. We see a small wharf that is the launching point of intrepid backcountry hikers who have committed themselves to the 4-5 day trek to the bald-topped Gros Morne Mountain in the ...