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Aug 14, 2010 - Trinity Bay to Bottle Cove

Trinity in Trinity Bay to Corner Brook and further eastward The village of Trinity is a Canadian historical district. Houses, stores, churches and other things have been restored and preserved to help visitors know how vibrant this fishing village was back in the 1800s. We took the walking tour given by a local man, who was our age and had grown up here. He told us firsthand stories and stories from his mother and grandparents. The day we were there it was quite cool and windy, and it had rained all day the previous day so we didn’t take a...

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Aug 13, 2010 - Lark Harbour, NFL

8/12 – 8/15 It was now time to start making our way back across Newfoundland. It took us three days to travel 413 miles to Lark Harbour (PR238, PH235, PH230, PH1, PH450). We parked at Bottle Cove for a couple of days because it was such a beautiful site. There were some nice trails to check out and we had a relaxing stop.

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Aug 8, 2007 - Side trip to Humber River Valley and Lark Harbour

From Codroy we are heading to Gros Morne National park, about halfway up the Western penninsula. There are few towns inland in Newfoundland. The Central area has none. The landscape is dense pine forest, mountains, lakes and rivers. The sea is their source of food and livelihood and that's where the towns are, along the coast. We take a side trip off the Transcanada Highway and follow the Captain Cook Trail. It runs along the Humber River from Cornerbrook (the largest town on this side of the province)out to Lark Harbour and the Gulf of St....

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