As we drive along, we see so many ‘picture-wothy’ sites but we just can’t stop at them all. The prize, though, has to be the two baby moose who were up the road ahead of us. They were not going to let the sound of the truck interrupt their walk. Finally, they scampered off the road up through the grass.We stopped at a gas station to ask where we could find water for the camper. When we were getting back into the truck, a guy came up to say that he lived in an area that was not considered part of the city and, therefore, had artisian water. He invited us to fill up at his place not far away. This is his dog drinking from the water that was dripping out while we were filling.As mentioned before, Newfoundlanders are very friendly and willing to share information that leads to some of our fabulous experiences. Such was the case when Dwayne came by the river where we camped to let his son swim where he swam as a kid. He told us about an abandoned provincial park where we can find the oldest bridge in Newfoundland.The Burin Peninsula was really beautiful. Here are some pictures to give you an idea…The weather is getting much warmer leaving me undecided about whether I prefer the cold or the bugs that warm weather brings. I will let you know after I heal from the bites while basking in the long-awaited sunshine.