Twillingate area is a series of islands joined by causeways. This is the causeway from New World Island to South Twillingate Island.
A growler beside a wharf that helps to illustrate that the size of what is on the surfaces is indeed only a tenth of what needs to be respected below!
Our intention was to do an iceberg viewing boat tour but the pack ice had our captain blocked in the harbour.
It was the same for other boats too! We’ll try Icebergman again if we get a chance before the season is over. They have a lovely gift shop and great staff.
And a great view!
We headed to Durrell first to check out the situation at Blow Me Down.
We decided to head towards Hillgrade for supper at Samsone’s and Son lobster pool restaurant. We took Hugh Lane out of Twillingate to see the west side of the coast. Ragged Point Road yeilded a few bergs.
But Bluff Head Cove held a treasure. We saw this one for miles as we’d crest a hill or glimpse it in a curve.
Samsones has a fish cam in the water nearby and on the screen in the restaurant you can watch cod and other species swim by. The Newfoundland music is great and the portions are large. This is a cash only operation.
We made one last detour to Tizzard’s Harbour and saw the closest huge berg of the day! Success!