Sunday, August 18, 2013

End of the road at Trinity

On day four of our trip we left Kerleys Harbour under cloudy skies and paddled around Bonaventure Head in fog.  As we got closer to our destination of Trinity the sun came out.  Here the gang pass in front of Green Island very near Trinity.

Hazen paddles between Salvage Head and some offshore rocks where the swell was breaking.

A majestic looking sea stack just outside of the entrance to Trinity.

Julie nears Fort Point with the lighthouse at the entrance to Trinity harbour.

The community of Trinity stretches along the shore.  I am drawn from a distance to this church to have a look before running my kayak up on ...

... the beach to end the trip.  The rest of the gang follow me in.  The end of four days and, for me, 82 kms.

The cars were parked nearby where they were left after the car shuttle four days earlier.  It didn't take us long to unload the kayaks and put in our customary order of ...

... fish and chips to celebrate the end of another excellent adventure.  Clockwise, from left is moi, Dean, Ron, Barb, Julie and Hazen.  Thanks to all for a memorable trip.

Here are the breadcrumbs for the entire trip.  Burgoynes Cove to First Pond; First Pond to Thoroughfare via Ireland's Eye; Thououghfare to Kerleys Harbour and the last day, on to Trinity.

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