We last visited the Codroy Valley area 41 years ago when our first born was just a baby, so we decided to revisit it. I am so glad we did!
Cape Anguille is the most westerly point on the island of Newfoundland and is remote and beautiful. The Anguille mountains in the background and the roaring surf provided an ideal setting for a short trek on a very humid day.
The inn had guests from Nova Scotia.
At first I thought it was an old abandoned well, but I believe my husband is correct in saying it was a wench for pulling up boats from the beach.
The trail is the thing, not the end of the trail. Travel too fast and you`ll miss all you are travelling for. Louie L`Amour
Cape Anguille—another beautiful part of our province.
She loves the serene brutality of the ocean, loves the electric power she felt with each breath of wet, briny air. Holly Black, Tithe
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