At times, our Newfoundland scenery can be so spectacular it will make you want to cry for joy. But when the sun is absent and the rain is coming down, all that beauty is quickly drained from the landscape and even the most scenic hike will appear dreary, making you want to cry for completely different reasons.
I did one of the latter hikes today, knowing full well it was going to rain and snow at some point during the day, but there were supposed to be ‘sunny periods’ too so I took my chances on North Head Trail.
In retrospect, I should have stayed at home, everything was grey and dull and the weather soaked me to my skin. Anyway, here are some gloomy pictures:
For the folks that aren’t familiar around here, that funny looking building in the background is called The Rooms, it’s a local museum.
All these stairs make North Head Trail a relatively easy walk.
This is the last shot, before I got tired of the cold and nasty weather: