I did not take many photos on my trip to Labrador, and claim few good ones, but I thought I would show a few to give both a sense of the beauty of the entire Newfoundland/Labrador province, and the lonely isolation of the gravel road.
I was not able to put captions between photos for some reason, but the Journey starts with a picture of my son-in-law Patrick in Port Aux Basques Newfoundland. The next four pictures are of the area in and around Gros Morne National park overlooking the Gulf Of Saint Laurence in Newfoundland. It is incredibly beautiful.
The three which then follow are of the lonely, two hundred and fifty mile stretch between Port Hope Simpson and Goose Bay Labrador, with one of the photos showing the visibility in front of you as you ride standing on the pegs at forty five miles an hour when a truck is in front of you.
The underground photo was taken nine uindred feet below the surface in Churchill falls at the hydroelectric plan which supplies electricity for much of Quebec and the northeastern United States including New York City.
The next to the last is where we go back on gravel heading to Labrador City and the last photo is taken at the bottom of the dam at Mannic Cinq in Quebec at the end of four days of riding over seven hundred miles of unpaved road.
A challenging and thrilling experience for the last week before my 67th birthday.