We dropped by Terra Nova National Park and picked up another Junior Xplorer dog tag and took advantage of their laundry facilities. We got a message from Dan and Marlene that they had found a great boondock spot a few towns away near Trinity, so we hit the road.

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The town is a tourist attraction, but the kind you just look at. Not much to do here except appreciate the quaintness of the place. The boondock site by the lighthouse was equally picture-perfect.

The kids played and went tide-pooling on the rocks below while the ladies had happy hour cocktails above.

We’ve decided that lighthouses make great camp sites.

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One thought on “Trinity

  • September 18, 2016 at 9:43 AM

    Love the fact you guys could tag along a 4×4… am looking into a Kombi Safari to move, family of 4 (kids are 8 and 5). Too bad just heard about the blog now, would be pleased to host you in South Brazil and show a little bit of this area. Safe travels, Daniel.

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