Tag Archives: Driving across Newfoundland

Our North American RV Tour – Beginning the US Tour

Wednesday, October 4 - Day 37 Cloudy and cool this morning +5 celsius. A short drive this morning to the ferry that will take us from Port aux Basque, Newfoundland to North Sidney, Cape Breton Island and mainland Canada. We arrived at the ferry with no issues, but to our surprise, an agriculture inspection, no in-ground vegetables allowed off the island, seems strange, we did not encounter any such restrictions in the rest of Canada. Lynda and I didn’t lose any, but the others lost a few Read more [...]

Newfoundland – Our North American RV Tour

Friday, September 29 – Day 32 The group enjoyed a quiet night waking to a light frost and partly sunny skies, another furnace morning. Our driving time today should be less than 4 hours we took advantage of our short drive delaying our departure to 10 am. Once on the road, the scenery improved as the clouds lifted revealing rugged coastlines. The windswept trees looked as though a giant comb had passed through their branches. As we neared St. John’s and the Atlantic Ocean the landscape Read more [...]