No perks, discounts or revenues were received writing this post it is my own vacation story. August 5th, 2021 All I know is at some point I saw a picture - maybe on the cover of a magazine or a travel brochure, then I saw drone footage of the same spot, in a travel advertisement... Continue Reading →
Baker’s Brook Falls trail, Gros Morne, NFLD
Baker's Brook Falls and its rising mist. The twisted Forest. "The trail is different each time I'm here. In the spring I search for wine-red larch cones, in early summer for wildflowers, in autumn I watch the larch trees turn bright yellow and lose their needles and in winter I ski between the dwarfed dormant... Continue Reading →
Trout River, NFLD- Canada
Trout River Trout River lays just outside the Gros Morne national Park. Instead of turning left to the campground, at the retail store that is also a grocer's, restaurant, lounge and tackle shop, I turn right and head towards the community of Trout River via a dirt road. Arriving at the end of the road,... Continue Reading →
The Look off- Gros Morne, National Park
A shimmery bluish haze has replaced the low cloud and the forecast is a high of 28 celsius with a humidex in the mid- thirties. If I am hiking I have to go now, so at exactly 7 am I am standing at the trailhead sign with my camera hanging around my neck, harnessed with... Continue Reading →
Tablelands- a walk on the earth’s mantle.
For about the hundredth time I am reading the trail description of the Tablelands hike in Gros Morne National Park; One of the few places you can access exposed earth's mantle . I stop reading and looking up from the traveller's guide out at the view in front of me and say aloud to myself,... Continue Reading →
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