Let distractions melt away like clouds disappearing in the sky. Milarepa
We met a couple from Nova Scotia and they have been coming here to Norris Point every summer for the past seven years….smart people!
Norris Point & area, Gros Morne National Park
We were overlooking Norris Point and were totally captivated by this scene, we are above the clouds.:)
Norris Point and Rocky Harbour are scenic, interesting and inspiring. To see and feel most of Newfoundland, I believe you must walk, stop, listen and absorb.
Norris Point is also home to the Bonne Bay Marine Station and The Cat Stop Pub and Grub (check out their Facebook pages), these are two of my favourite places, there are others to see and explore. For more on this area please read my blog of April 6, 2016.
….and then it was on to Green Point, an ecological wonder (see previous blog).
Sticks & Stones
These plants were growing on the beach at Green Point, the underside of the Silverweed’s leaves are white and the Lungwort was stunning in its arrangement amongst the rocks.
I believe these are Meadowrue.
…and we are of on another beautiful hike……met Sherman Downey
along the trail, I like his songs and music.
Interesting trail…..from darkness to light.
Driftwood Sculpture…artist unknown.
This unique formation of trees caught my eye, formed by the wind and time. It forms a great wooden cave. Nature is……………………………………………
The Coastal Trail at Green Point is an easy trek (6 km return) and so worth doing.
Is it so small a thing to have enjoyed the sun, to have lived light in the spring, to have loved, to have thought, to have done? Matthew Arnold
Photos L. Fudge
2 thoughts on “Clouds & Roses”
Always love your blog Carol. Have seen a lot of Newfoundland through your writings.
Thanks so much!