The Wandering Nunns travel blog

Just like camping in Lac la Biche at Darrell & Tracy's

View out our front window at the campsite.

An interesting welcome sign

Burin area

Burin area

Burin area

Monument for 27 who died because of a tidal wave in 1929....

The cove from the monument

Nice mural

Well decorated

The motor is for backup only if the rower runs out of...

There were lots of these little box houses in the area.

Small fishing village

Lots of waves and wind this day.

I order the sea to calm and the waves to cease.

Well, maybe tomorrow

Who knew they named a town after our friends in McMurray.

Who knew they named a town after our friends in McMurray.

Todays' tour took us around the Burin Peninsula, and again Marie was right; this is a beautiful part of the island. The town of Burin is on a narrow peninsula and is full of narrow, short dead end streets and lots of hills. The homes are beautifully painted and maintained.

We travelled this Heritage Run through a little town named Garnish and had lunch at Mulligan's at Pine ??? Golf Course. We continued around the peninsula through Grand Beach, Grand Bank, Fortune, and St Lawrence and back to Burin and saw mountains, ports, ranchland, sun and rain. This is a peninsula with it all. We travelled to as many end of the roads as we could fit in.

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