We are up and headed out to visit the Johnson Geo Center, which highlights the geology of Newfoundland and Labrador. Wow, I am impressed. You can touch the exhibits! And many of them are at kid height so that they can be involved in the experience, too!
For the life of me, I cannot remember what this guy's name tag said. Obviously we were at a scary part in the movie ...
We lunch at The Sprout, tasty late luncheon.
Fort Amherst was our last stop of the day before heading home. It is a bit of a walk, and I really need to add ear covers for my next trip to 40/50 degree weather (and maybe gloves). My scarf is working as a head wrap, but some ear coverings would be that much better (and I have two at home, why did I not bring one of them?)
Fort Amherst brings home the reality of getting goods to remote locations. Whereas it is not a difficult feat now that St. John's is well populated, at its inception Fort Amherst was exceptionally difficult to reach and supply. We really do have a much easier life in this modern age.
Home to snack and catch one nap before bed. I'm not 100%, but I am doing better.