God’s worldEdna St. Vincent Millay
The Northern Peninsula of Newfoundland and Labrador is an all consuming feast for the senses. The Tablelands are a geological wonder, but first let’s see a little of delightful Woody Point.
A small, but lovely RV park just outside Woody Point and it has a Little Free Library!
A cozy little cottage with just a bed and an amazing view.
Then on to Woody Point for a little hike which we extended by walking around the town.
Is there anything that is better than to be out, walking, in the clear air?In Praise of Walking by Thomas A. Clark
So, so glad my husband is using his camera again. Driftwood art.
Beautiful Woody Point.
For more on Woody Point please check my earlier blog posts.
Then, a short distance away a totally different kind of beauty is found in the Tablelands.
Now shall I walk? ”Ride,” Pleasure said: ”Walk,” Joy repliedW. H. Davies
After Saturday’s heat and humidity, the much cooler temperatures made perfect conditions for doing this hike yet again. The trail has had upgrades since we hiked it two years ago.
Interesting? Deposited in what Age?
I would rate this trail as moderate, hiking pole recommended. I loved the cold ocean air after the humidity we had experienced previously.
Early morning walk in Change Islands.
Susan is from Alberta and fell in love with Change Islands some years ago .http://jensu.ca
This private summer residence is a colourful sight as you cross the tickle. We spent a great evening here with family and friends.
Catch the ferry at Farewell and go explore Change Islands.
Walking is good for solving problems – it’s like the feet are little psychiatrists.Terri Guillemets