On a nicer day this could have been a very long walk for us. As it were, the boardwalk was teeming with people. What we considered gray and wet was some of the best they'd had in a while.
From Springdale we moved on to the very familiar Corner Brook and used that as our springboard for a drive out to Lark Harbour with views of the Bay of Islands. The drive started out winding through a lot of houses with some views of the water now and then. We didn't realize that it was going to take us closer to the mountains we had been viewing from Corner Brook. We also didn't realize that we were about to see our first (and second) waterfall in Nefoundland not to mention some pretty incredible scenery.
Our last planned stop on island was at a Provincial Park where we would look for Piping Plovers. When we mentioned this to some locals we were talking to in the Stephenville Crossing Walmart lot, the informed us that they had piping plovers in their town right down by the bridge. The weather was iffy so that sounded good to us!
Well, that is the visual end to our month on the beautiful and diverse island of Newfoundland. We drove in the neighborhood of 2200 miles and had some amazing experiences. Thanks for coming along with us. Long may yer Jib draw.