Home for us is Ontario and North Carolina; but this summer we’ll meet mid-way in New Hampshire and be riding towards Newfoundland on Canada Day.
Wonder where Gord is ? Only if I’m traveling will this link connect you, via my SPOT check-in location page, to a map showing locations during the past week. I usually check in a few times each day as I ride. http://share.findmespot.com/shared/faces/viewspots.jsp?glId=0BNRa8N0qf0vzZbkmD1uxJbIfzJAU6iqu
To learn more about the SPOT Satellite GPS Messenger, visit
We enjoyed the great food and the wonderful people that we met in the summer of 2011 during our trip completely around the Gulf of the St Lawrence River. Most of our mileage was on paved roads, some on gravel and the rest by supply ship. We had passage for 2 nights on the Relais Nordic to follow the Lower North Shore in Quebec. Up-stream between Blanc-Sablon and Natashquan hwy #138 has a serious gap of approximately 400km. The ship stops at many of the remote villages along the way allowing us to disembark each time for a short walkabout.
I’ve stored some of our pictures in the following location http://s307.beta.photobucket.com/user/windtogo/library/Gulf%20of%20St%20Lawrence
The scenery along the west coast of the Rock, from Port Aux Basques to L’Anse Aux Meadows is awesome, so we’re returning to explore as much of the remaining coastline as our schedule will allow.
We learned so much history in the museums; small private collections and displays, UNESCO World Heritage sites and interpretation centers.
We remember some great meals including a decadent brunch at The Norseman and moose burgers at Cow Head. We enjoyed dinner at a picnic table with the best view in St Anthony, where we woofed down sandwiches of homemade partridge-berry jam from a road-side stand and thickly spread peanut butter on seven-grain bread from the local Co-op store.