We were on the road before 10 a.m. this morning to drive The Loop from Gander, to Carmenville and then east along the Straight Shore.
Straight Shore between Musgrave Harbour and Lumsden from the main road.
From the rough (unpaved road) that goes into Deadman’s Bay.
These are the same three icebergs from different vantage points. They are huge and can be scene for miles.
In Deadman’s Bay there were a few bergy bits and even some chunks washed up on the sandy beach.
Lumsden had icebergs (some of the same, some fresh ones)
We could get a different view from the Lumsden wharf.
There were 5 bergs visible from the road to Cape Freels but at a long distance.
And finally, Greenspond! Two new icebergs in the lovely shapes we love. Much smaller than the tabular bergs we saw all day, these were grounded, practically in people’s back yards.