We arrived in La Scie on a wet and cold Canada Day and stayed at Island Cove RV Park. We soon met Doug, Park Manager, I believe, and doer of all things. He brought us several print outs of hiking trails in the park and further down in La Scie.

The weather cleared around 3:30 and although it was still chilly, it was perfect for hitting the trails.

The French influence from centuries ago is quite evident in the signage all around town.

None of the trails are long and except for Boone’s Hill are easy/moderate.

Still overcast and cold but walking and hiking is a great way to stay warm, get exercise and explore something new.

Boone’s Hill is not a difficult hike, but it does have approximately 200 steps to the top lookout.

La Scie, Newfoundland

The walk around La Scie Harbour is beautiful.

A beautiful display of Lupins at Island Cove Park

Roses in the Duggan Family Graveyard.

Fireworks over La Scie Harbour.

Daily walking, in all weathers, in every season, becomes a sort of ground or continuum upon which the least emphatic occurrences are registered clearly.

In Praise of Walking Thomas A. Clark

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