Day 21, Bonavista, the second half - randyhenderson

Day 21, Bonavista, the second half

After finishing our suck of a growler on the shores of Elliston, Sharon and I continued a few more kilometres south where we viewed some very old root cellars, we also visited a unique puffin nesting colony, checked out 600 million year old rocks in The Dungeon, got into a tad bit of trouble in an almost one of a kind lighthouse, and finally I watched as Sharon had a one-way conservation with the explorer John Cabot.


Enjoy the show

randy


The Elliston website below explains in greater detail what I have mentioned above.


For your information:

Elliston Community Website

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"Built in 1843, the light at Cape Bonavista is one of the few in the world where you can still climb up the stone tower and see the same seal oil fueled catoptric light apparatus that was used in the 1800s."

"Built in 1843, the light at Cape Bonavista is one of the few in the world where you can still climb up the stone tower and see the same seal oil fueled catoptric light apparatus that was used in the 1800s."