Atlantic Canada, 2005

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We continued on round the peninsula through Portuguese Cove to St. Vincent's. Almost no traffic through barren countryside, keeping watch for huge potholes that you could loose a wheel in.

Decided to boondock for the night at St. Vincent's (shown here.) A lovely spot. Arctic Terns above and Yellowlegs on the shore. A big flock of black Guillemots floated tightly clustered about 100 yards off the beach. An onshore wind rocked Clemmie (and us) to and fro during the night.

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