We attempted this campsite, but it was a bit too buggy. The lighting was good enough for a quick pic.
The next day we reached the Churchill River. Not much flow.
There was the remnant of an old cable car system. This must have been used before the bridge. It was a repurposed crane, with chunks of the vehicle installed into a small building.
Here you can see the girders of the bridge.
And a view from the bridge of the cable-car. You can see the cables pass up to a tall spar (similar to what a quarry or logging operation would use).
The bridge is quite a few stories above the waterway.
The original river flow must have been impressive before the water was diverted.
Happy Valley – Goose Bay:
The scenery mutated as we headed south.
The pavement disappeared and we were chased by a dust cloud. This went on for about 500km. Rough road conditions, and tons of bugs.
Finally reached the coast.
Our first view of an iceberg didn’t take very long.
And now we reached the border with Québec again.
Last view of Labrador!
Lucy, the van and an iceberg in the middle.