Wednesday, August 17, 2016
Cow Head to Woody Point
Photos: August 15, 2016
We started our day with a hike to the beach. Indentations in the rock hold mini pools.
Flowers manage to grow amid the pebbles.
Some of the rock seems to be formed of many small rocks.
There is a small community on the peninsula as well as a fish plant.
Some houses are clad in bright colours.
Others have faded.
We drove to Woody Point in Gros Morne park on the other side of Bonne Bay from where we had stayed on the way up north. You can see Gros Morne mountain in the background to the right of the lighthouse.
We took a lovely walk along the shore. At one point we heard a constant high pitched peeping sound. It was a juvenile seagull in the company of its mother.
The mother would stop and feed its young whose peeping was quite insistent.
The views in every direction are jaw-dropping.
Woody Point itself is quite charming - it is the most picturesque community in Gros Morne Park.