Day 1, Minute 1.
Notice the dirt road. We were off course immediatly after starting. notice NO power lines either huh....
Amazingly back on course. heading south. about 80k above Sheet Harbor.
the horrible solitude of the Liscomb Game Reserve. Man..there is NOTHING here.
Rivers were deeper and faster than i expected. this reminded me a lot of rivers in Maine. it'd be worth having a playboat along if you were driving in this area for fun.
Entering greater metro sheet harbour.
A Walking bridge downtown
Taylors Head provincial park. No camping allowed.
Archie trying to cool the fire down in the legs. The ocean was cool but a very comfortable cool.
Camping at Taylors Head Provincial park.
Jeff about to enjoy his first boil in a bag meal. I think he's hooked now. hooked on a lot of this camping style really.
With such fantastic light i couldn't help but take too many photos.
Room with a view. First nite was so nice i slept sans tentfly. fantastic breezes and stars and views like this.
Ian joined us during the night, and now we're loading up for day 2.
Irving fuel up. Coffee/banana bread/ water.
Now onto Sheet harbour passage. A loop that takes us off the busier route 7...and its more scenic.
ian and the longest stem he could buy (140mm). with that setback post and the rear mounted panniers...his bike was a wheelie machine.
Now past sherbrooke, loaded with beer and wine we ride towards camp 2.