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bguy

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Posted: 07/11/18 08:33pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Any wind warnings for the Wreckhouse must be taken seriously.


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Granted the current hurricane Chris/post tropical storm isn't going anywhere near Wreckhouse, but it is still useful to know where to check on hurricanes likely to visit Canada

Canadian Hurricane link: https://weather.gc.ca/hurricane/track_e.html


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We did take the road to Rose Blanche and it was off season...so we were able to just overnight at the end of the road/tourist area with no one to bother us...arriving after the 11am departure ferry (5 or 6 pm arrival). We hiked/walked anything there was to walk.
Loved the stone Light house. Waterfall. Reading area history. We travel in a 25 foot class C.

Our FIRST trip to newfoundland was to be a once in a lifetime trip. Well we go back every 2 or 3 years to see more.

Our last visit was rather rainy so we left earlier than planned...only brought one pair of hiking shoes and five days of rain predicted.

So much to see and do (if you like hiking/exploring).


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