Gros Morne National ParkGros Morne National Park sits at the bottom of the Gros Morne Peninsula, the last piece of Newfoundland we will cover before taking the ferry to Labrador.
More Pitcher Plants here illustrating their name.
We tried the suggested Moose pie which had melt in the mouth pastry. Makes a change from meals 'chez van'.
The next recommendation from a fellow traveller was to 'do' Western Brook Pond. A pond is a lake here unless it is a pond. Both are on the map. Very confusing!
This pond is called a Fjord, although it is not really a Fjord as it is fresh water and Fjords must be saltwater. But its 700 metre deep sides made it act like an inland fjord . The water is so pure that little lives in it and there is an obvious lack of bird or wildlife.
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