Date: August 14, 2017
The south coast of Newfoundland is full of fjords. The first one we went to was Grey River. As we got there, the clouds were hanging low:
This is the only community in the fjord. It is called Grey River like the fjord itself.
A waterfalls coming out of the clouds:
At the far end of the fjord, there was an actual river that we walked up:
The forest was dense next to the river:
The next day the weather was great. At the head of the fjord next to the river was a few houses, probably used for weekend trips and hunting:
On the way out we saw another boat which turned out to be a very rare event for this area:
The same waterfall as above, but now with the top included:
They had a nice little place for a barbecue close to the village of Grey River.