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Days on Road: 11 weeks
Travel by motorhome: 8,370km
Travel by car: 3,360km (for anyone checking I made a keystroke error on my last post!!)
Total KM: 11,730km
New Wildlife sighting: Moose!
We saw a moose safely eating at the side of the road, I only had time to snap this one photo but when I looked closely at it the poor thing has sores on the back of his/her legs! It was ...
... Mattie attempting to dine on seaweed. Lunch at the cookhouse and playing in the park before heading back to the campsite. A quick detour to see the wreck of the SS Effie. Once back at the park Mattie had a bath in the pond while the kids and daddy rented a boat/bike for a trip across the pond. Then the kids played on the pillow (again) until a very late supper follow by a fire and ...
Weather: 16-24c. Windy!! After a late start we decided to drive to Trout River for the Lookout hike. It's a 5 km moderately difficult hike. Mattie joined us today and loved getting muddy. We stopped at the end for a quick lunch and then headed out for a short 1km walk to the Falls. We went back to the campground for supper. The kids rejoined their friends ...
... before arriving at the boats for the Fjord Boat Tour.
The boat tour is fantastic . . . beautiful . . . not to be missed.
We stopped at the Lobster Cove Head LIghthouse on our way back to Norris Point.
Checked into our B&B, had a cocktail with our host Terry and then off to dinner at the Sugar Hill ...
After two days at sea, we sailed into Bonne Bay toward our anchorage near Woody Harbor in the Northwest corner of Newfoundland (pronounced “new f’ lund” by locals). The water is too deep to set an anchor so various crew members got joystick practice all day, keeping the ship more or less in one place.
Woody Harbor is remote and small, and has little infrastructure for tourism. However, the whole town seems to turn out ...