I didn’t have my pictures of the Alpaca feeding when I wrote the last blog so this is a picture of Bernita and I feeding the Alpacas. You can see it was another foggy wet day in Newfoundland.
After Stephensville we drove to Corner Brook, the second largest town of Newfoundland with a population of 20,000. We parked at a shopping mall on a hill with great views of Humber Arm and the Bay of Islands.
In Little Port we had a picnic and watched the fishermen unload their catch. The halibut season in this area is a 24 hour time limit. So the dock was very busy. Some of the halibut were very large. We saw one that was close to 200 lb. This was a beautiful little fishing wharf and the day was sunny and warm.
After picking up our fish and returning to Corner Brook we drove up a hill to the James Cook Historic Site, a scenic overlook of the city and bay.
On Thursday we drove TCH 1 (another beautiful drive and great highway) to Hwy 430 and then up through Gros Morne National park to a little town of Cow Head. We are going to the Lobster Festival for a few days.