Friday, August 19, 2005

Rocks, fog, and moose

We just finished having our second breakfast at Cow Head, after camping overnight at Shallow Bay. The terrain is now flat, and we seem to have a tailwind. We are aiming for Port au Choix tonight, if everything works out.

The weather is bright and sunny once again (some scattered clouds) after two days with intermittent rains. We can't complain, though: overall, the weather has been excellent on this trip! Recent highlights include a tour of the Tablelands, a geologist's paradise whose roots hark back to the genesis of Pangea; a hike halfway up Gros Morne Mountain before the rains came; a moose sighting on the road, just ten feet away from me; and a cold boat cruise of misty Western Brook Pond, an ultraoligotrophic pond with what used to be fjords (no longer saltwater, though...)


At 8/21/2005 08:55:00 PM, Anonymous Donny said...

sounds like you are having an awesome trip. I hope you continue to have safely and have a great rest-of-your-trip!!


At 8/23/2005 01:35:00 AM, Blogger k said...

fjord is a fun word to say. add some photos - I want to see what a labrador fjord looks like.


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