The first stop after the ferry crossing was the town of St. Anthony. We quickly found a Mary Brown’s and ate Taters. Trip to Newfoundland now made official.
A dude in the mall excitedly told us about the iceberg and asked if we had been to see it yet. So we went to see it.
We went out to the end of the harbour.
There were actually several icebergs at the mouth of the harbour. Here’s one you can see with a view looking back at town:
The biggest one conveniently parked itself right in front of a viewing platform. And there was a trail right to the best view — already there.
From beside the iceberg, there was a nice view of the lighthouse, looking north towards Greenland…
Plus some other tidepool stuff…
From there, we drove out to Lance-Aux-Meadows to check out the viking settlement.
Leif Eriksen’s house. Just a mound now:
A replica sod house built by Parks.
Driving south, we saw a wicked fog bank building along the coast.
Shadow of the van, bike rack visible.
West Coast of Newfoundland, a bit north of Gros Morne, evening light.