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The stage was set  
   

The stage was set

Ours was the little blue stage with our trusty vehicle, Whitey, beside it. The picture was taken from the end of the breakwater so you get an idea of how close we were to the water.
The final frontier

September 18th 2022
We had to backtrack somewhat on our way to the Irish Loop and Portugal Cove South because the “highway” we wanted to take was gravel. Only about 40 kilometres but we had a rental car and didn’t want to take any chances. However, taking the TCH had one benefit. It took us past Salmonier Nature Park which started as an environmental education centre but has become a tourist destination. A two- ... read more
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Canadian Flag A land of vast distances and rich natural resources, Canada became a self-governing dominion in 1867 while retaining ties to the British crown. Economically and technologically the nation has developed in parallel with the US, its neighbor to the sou... ... read more
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7th October 2022

Newfoundland
We stayed in the blue one in August. You'll have to check out our blog.
9th October 2022

Newfoundand adventures
Just read your NL blog entry. I thought I was following you but I guess not. I think I am now so should get your next one. Pretty funny that younstayed in the Blue Stage just before we did. We quite enjoyed our stay in Portgugal Cove South as well as the rest of NL. Labrador was pretty interesting too.

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