As our touring of the Twillingate / New World Island Peninsula continued we drove down just about any road that was drivable and turned around on a few that weren't.
While sitting on an overlook one day and admiring the view, a car with four Newfies drove up. They commented on the scenery and we asked them where the road led. Not being from the area, they all agreed that they had no idea. Furthermore, they concluded a simple truth: "No matter where a road goes in Newfoundland, you can be assured that it will end at one of two places; someone's backyard or their outhouse." Then they drove off.
Several hundreds of miles on now, we can certainly concur as we have found ourselves in many a back (or front or side) yard and seen a fair share of outhouses and other such things at the end of the road.
There have been many a time while driving on the island that we have seen something worth stopping for. There have been fewer times that we have found a place to stop.
Eventually, we needed to find a place to settle in for the night. And, so we did.