Wow, what a difference when the sun is shining. Gros Morne was impressive in the rain. It is spectacular in the sun. It wasn’t totally clear when we passed this boat in drydock, but it just kept getting better.
We stopped again at the lobster Cove light. Our fisherwoman guide was there too.
Then we stopped at Two Arms and a Tickle. That’s not something erotic. “Arms” are bays and the “tickle” is the shallow entrance into the bays. Here a shallow warm tickle protected the deep cold arms creating an environment that supported an amazing variety of wildlife from starfish and strange cold loving corals to seals and whales (later in the year).
Returning to Bonne Bay, we saw Woody Point in the sun and discovered that when we were at the 175 million year old Tablelands in the fog, we weren’t on a mesa, we were in a valley! We could have walked that trail forever and never would have had a view down.