Trans Canada Sightseeing

Trans Canada Sightseeing

Today Marije and me took a ride in her canary car on the T.C.H. West, we made it all the way off the Avalon Peninsula and had beautiful sights along the way. Above this text you can click on a photo of the frozen landscape near Chance Cove called the Osprey Trail, Marije parked the car right on the shoulder of the highway, which is a common practice here. Near Butterpot Provincial Park we saw dozens of vehicles with empty trailers parked on the side of the highway, put there by snowmobilers enjoying the packed snow that covers the land.

Taters at Mary Browns

Taters at Mary Browns

Craving refreshments, we scooped up some highway grub near Whitbourne, at Mary Browns. We have one of those here in Torbay too, they serve excellent potatoes, called ‘taters’ on their menu. On the way back home we stopped at Brigus, which Marije hadn’t seen yet.

Sheltered bay in Brigus

Sheltered bay in Brigus