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I just received my TTT newsletter for 2016 and unfortunately I can’t attend this year, but I certainly recommend this festival.   Norris Point and Woody Point are breathtaking!

This festival provides everything I love…hiking, entertainment, meeting new people and exploring new places. People come from all over Canada and the United States for this event. Trails Tales Tunes May 20-29 2016  what an adventure it will be!

 

Norris Point with the Tablelands in the background.

After sipping refreshments on the dock outside of The Cat Stop Pub and Grub, we did a little hike. Amazing vistas, but the seaweed is slippery! A little over zealous when surrounded by such beauty, I took a little dip in the water!

One of the guided hikes we did.  Layers of clothing were removed the further we walked.

Yes, that’s a moose.  It was like walking through a dead forest, the moose do so much damage here.

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So worth the hike!

 

“I have two doctors, my left leg and my right leg.”    G. M. Trevelyan

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The very talented Daniel Payne and friends.

We signed up for a Photo Scavenger Hunt in Woody Point. A boat took all participants across to Woody Point and we were given a list and, I believe, 2 hours to find and take  pictures of all the items. What fun! Our new found friend from Vancouver Island was very competitive.  We all had lunch (included in the cost) at a local restaurant and then took the ferry back to Norris Point where more entertainment awaited.

Every day there is a hike or some activity, plus entertainment in the afternoon and/or evening. Don’t hike? Go for the music, stories, scenery and the opportunity to meet new people and experience new ideas.

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All photos by L.  and C. Fudge

 

“There is nothing like walking to get the feel of the country. A fine landscape is like a piece of music; it must be taken at the right tempo. Even a bicycle goes too fast.”  Paul Scott Mowrer

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