Hiking around the boardwalks and trails of Cape Spear is always beautiful and for me spiritual; hiking it with one of my grandchildren is pure magic.

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“Walking gives freedom. When you walk you can determine your own tempo. You can choose your own course. You can think whatever you want.”      Nina Kuscik

Normally, I would agree with this quote but in this case, my four year old grandson chose the tempo and the course, and my thinking was limited to ….stay away from the cliffs, do not lose sight of him, do not run, do not spoil his day with too many warnings……….

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Wait for me!

On my previous visits to Cape Spear, I had never explored this!

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Surely with this workout, he will sleep tonight!

I truly do not understand people who abuse our earth with excess garbage, it will only sustain us for so long. Awesome is everywhere, let’s preserve it.

Photos by L. Fudge

Cape Spear, Newfoundland …..add it to your bucket list!

“Walk as if you are  kissing the earth with your feet. No one saves us but ourselves. No one can and no one may. We ourselves must walk the path.” Buddha

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13 thoughts on “Magical Cape Spear

    1. Thank you. Not sure how steep the incline is.

      Newfoundland & Labrador: “What better way to celebrate Valentine’s Day than to greet the day in the easternmost part of Canada? Bundle up and head out to the lighthouse at Cape Spear, just outside of St. John’s, and watch Valentine’s Day materialize well before the other provinces wake up. After, take a road trip to towns with romantic names like Heart’s Content, Heart’s Delight, Heart’s Desire and Cupids, all conveniently located on Conception Bay. On Fogo Island, the Fogo Island Inn is offering a “love-bird” package, complete with wine, chocolate and cheese and even chats with a birding expert.”
      Jim Byers. Northumberland Today via Postmedia Network

      Seems it is functioning😊

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    1. The fall is beautiful here, my favourite time. Spring not so much😉 Right now we still have snow and it is cold. The weather doesn’t usually stop me from hiking though, just dress accordingly. Thanks for making the time to comment.

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