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Friday, May 19, 2017

FINDING ICEBERGS IN NEWFOUNDLAND - PHOTOS

More fishing villages & of course lighthouses as we head along the north east of Nova Scotia

No matter what the weather we will get those lobsters

The sun is shining at Cape George

More coast on our way to the Canso Causeway


Louisburg National Park


Into the wilds of Newfoundland

Looking for a spot for the night

It's right here

This young moose is not really in a zoo - they have been putting up fences to protect them/us

Into the lake area




Iceberg hunting








The lookout at Twillingate

Twillingate town



Lots more coastline

Another young moose zips across the road



Newtown

The Barbour House (owned by a sealing captain)

The very cute village of Trinity

Trinity Church

The lighthouse at Trinity that we couldn't get too

Overnighting at Trinity

Port Union

One of the many root cellars out at Elliston

The puffin cliffs - no puffins there yet!



The Dungeon

Bonavista town

The oil rig waiting to be towed out


Jelly bean houses at St John's


Overnighting at Bauline wharf


Love the icebergs



Driving along the Irish Route

Sunset from our overnight spot



Bird Rock (that really is it's name)

A bit of necking going on

Wow - a bit more than necking.

So many gannets on the rock


Back at St Johns - the Cathedral


Our walk to Signal Hill




Off to see the puffins


Our biggest iceberg yet

Taken from Pocket Earth - our route so far. We overnighted at the blue dots (ignore the yellow ones)

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