Tuesday, August 23, 2016

A Summers Day in Cupids

We are just back from our wonderful summer 2016 camping trip. As I am way behind in blog posts on what we've been up to this summer, here's a start on catching up.

A few weekends ago on a stunning summer day we drove into Conception Bay North and the community of Cupids, most famous for having been the first approved British settlement by John Guy in 1610.

We spent a considerable amount of time on this beach playing in the water - very refreshing after hiking - and enjoying the sights.

Legend has it that pirates used this arch and cave to hide from authorities and to hide treasure.

Wouldn't the colours of this rock make a great colour way for knitting?

To the boys delight, some blueberries were ripe. In Newfoundland we say that unripe berries are 'green'. Therefore, these pink berries aren't pink, they're green!

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