Today’s bitter north wind made it feel even colder than yesterday, but the rain held off for us again. This time we were skirting around the very southern tip of Conception Bay on an urban trail through the town of Holyrood.
Our original plan had been to kayak from this location, but the cold and brisk winds told us otherwise. The rough waves on the water sealed the decision.
For the third day in a row we saw icebergs although these were far in the distance.
Today’s photo comes from a very special sign posted at the bottom of a driveway discovered just off the trail. Tucked beside it was an old heritage cemetery, dating back to 1840, its ground covered in a thick soft moss.
This appears to be a place filled with love and warmth … something that would be appreciated on a cold windy day like today.