Map: Baldwin to Gros Morne NP


Map: Port aux Basques to Gros Morne NP


Map: Gros Morne NP to The Arches to Raleigh, NL


Map: Northern, Western Peninsula, NL


Map: Raleigh, NL to Red Bay, Labrador


Map: Blanc-Sablon, Quebec to Pinware, Labrador


Map: Forteau to Red Bay, Labrador

 

Tom & Caitlin's Excellent Adventure to Newfoundland & Labrador

 

Canadian Province
of
Newfoundland and Labrador

Total population as of January 2010 is about 510,000 with about 26,000 living in Labrador.
We traveled to 51o 44' 42.16" N and 55o 26' 11.90" W Newfoundland land area is about 42,000 square miles (about the size of Tennesee).
Labrador has a land area of about 114,000 square miles (about the size of Arizona).
It was 1000 miles to the ferry in Cape Breton, a 7-hour ferry ride to Newfoundland and about 8-hours to Raleigh at the northern tip. Another 1 1/2 hour ferry ride to Labrador. We drove almost 5000 miles total over three weeks!

 


Satellite Image:
Newfoundland


Cape Breton
to
Newfoundland Ferry


Alces alces (Moose)


Shallow Bay Campground,
Gros Morne NP, NL


Shallow Bay on the
Gulf of St. Lawrence


Canis lupis familiaris (Chopper)


Chopper likes the beach


Tablelands,
Gros Morne NP, a UNESCO World Heritage Site


Tablelands,
Gros Morne NP


Tablelands,
Gros Morne NP


The Arches Provincial Park, NL


The Arches Provincial Park, NL


The Arches Provincial Park, NL


Homo sapiens (Caitlin)


The Arches Provincial Park, NL

 
Long Mountains, Newfoundland, snowfield, July 15th.

Long Mountains north
of Gros Morne


Long Mountains south of Gros Morne


Canis lupis familiaris Newfoundland meets Canis lupis familiaris pointer/german shepherd/????


Burnt Cape Ecological Preserve
Burnt Cape Ecological Preserve

 

Homo sapiens (Tom)

L'Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site
Vikings landed here around 1000AD!


 


 

 
Vulpes vulpes (Red Fox cubs) playing on the road back from L'Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site


 

Map: Red Bay, Labrador

Satellite Image:
Red Bay, Labrador

Forteau, Labrador

Blackflies were BAD!

As we came around the hill the fog lifted and there it was!

The next day we took a ride in a 22' boat around the iceberg.

A few hours after we left the iceberg broke up into many pieces.

Recently opened gravel road to the rest of Labrador.

Hamburgler?

My Cousin Janice and her Mom, Margaret in Nova Scotia