Conche, only a two hour drive away. Were also hoping to stop in Roddickton, where apparently there are six moose to every square kilometre. That's Marty, fighting with mosquitoes.
Salmon Caves and decided to take a look. The sign at the entrance to the two and half kilometre road stated that there was a rough road ahead.
Yup, lots of pot holes and the usual twists and turns.
When we got there the sign pointed to the path and off we went however the bridge out at one spot so we walked further along to another bridge.
We never made it to the caves. The signs were a little confusing and time was wearing on and we still had more driving ahead of us.
wreck of a plane in a field... that was pretty much it.
We could not find the French Shore Interpretation Centre with the embroidered mural. No signs to point you in the right direction.
Eight dollars per person, no electronic payment available, so you have to pay cash.
I purchased an excellent video on the work and history of the area. It is very enjoyable to watch and really well done. Only $15.
I wished that they had postcards of it, or maybe a book on the history and the mural, with fold-outs! Alas, all things are connected to the resources or lack of same.
A tea room would be great in Conche as you are a little peckish after enjoying the interpretation centre.
They are rather camera shy- which is a good thing- so one turned and walked away as soon as we stopped.