The next day, Greg and I wanted to ride, so as we headed out,
the other lads prepared for a day fishing for cod. First step was to get the boat out of the shed,
Next step was to start jigging,
WOAH! (just kidding)
More like it,
Pretty good haul for a couple of hours.
Jimbo kissing the cod,
Roley poley fish head,
Greg and I rode to Gros Morne National Park as he had never been there before.
Going over the Table Lands, we rode into the fog that was so thick, we couldn't see a thing.
Here is a pano at Woody Point (I think)
On the way back, the fog had lifted which made for many more photo opps,
If you have the time while you're in NL, take the time to get off the beaten path as the scenery is gorgeous,
Woody Point is a great place to see, especially if you are lucky enough to catch their annual music festival. We weren't.
From here, we made our way to Norris Point. The GPS said there was a ferry but we couldn't see one so we had to ride.
Next on the list was The Wreck of the S. S. Ethie (http://www.newfoundlandshipwrecks.co..._s_s_ethie.htm
Every time I'm here, it gets just a little bit smaller,
I took so many pix last time I didn't bother with many this go round.
Next was The Arches but first we had to stop here for a few pix,
Beautiful mountains with clouds rolling off the top made for perfect scenery,
The plan was to meet Stever and Jim in Cow Head (pronounced Cow-ead) for the night.
Jason decided to spend an extra day ant his folks camp.
Tomorrow would be my last day with the lads as they were meeting Jason in PAB
and I was heading north.
Next installment: The Trans Lab 2.0