We’ve had another “see-worthy” day in Newfoundland! Today was full of adventures, intriguing stops and fun times with our dancing kings and dancing queens! Moving south through Gros Morne Provincial Park, we made a couple of photo stops to remember the gorgeous island.
The Whale Pavilion was a highlight of the day as well where we had the opportunity to see a fully restored humpback whale skeleton.
After a lovely lunch in Rocky Harbour, we headed east at Deer Lake and made our way to King’s Point. David, from King’s Point Pottery gave us a quick history of the shop, where they came from and where they are today. The jewellery and the artisans’ crafts were unique and the shop had so many tempting pieces from over 300 artists.
Our overnight at Mt. Peyton featured Ed Power giving us a traditional Newfoundland “Screech-In”. We were all treated to Ed’s voice and guitar and a few jokes!
If you want to hear a little more of Ed, here it is: