A fast peek out the window revealed no change in the weather as many had promised. Heavy fog and rain,5C AGAIN! Heading south, we were optimistic things would finally change! No luck, really, although the rain started to let up. First pictures of Newfoundland’s propensity to have double entendre names with possible sexual connotations were successfully taken, viz., Town of Come by Chance. Given the awful weather, we decided to push forward to second set of such pictures when we hit the Town of Dildo of Honorary Mayor Jimmy Kimmel fame. Beautiful little town, and, by then, the rain had stopped – we held our breaths. Off to check in at the Rothsay House Historic Building, our B&B, for two nights. Impressive building from the 1800s with great hosts Lyne and George, then an evening trip to see the sea stacks at Salmon Cove Beach. Beautiful, but the water looked mighty cold. Did a short hike, the best part, there was no one else around. It might have had something to do with the fact that it was freezing! We headed back and managed to watch a wild-looking black horse gallop about, and at one point, we thought he was going to jump the fence. Back to B&B and called it a day.
"One doesn’t stop seeing. One doesn’t stop framing. It doesn’t turn off and turn on. It’s on all the time."
~ Annie Leibovitz