Gros Morne National Park

Back on the main highway from Fleur de Lys, I was on my way to Gros Morne where I spent the next couple of days.

When I arrived at the tablelands the following morning, a tour group idled ahead and I caught up to listen as the guide pointed out strange rocks and vegetation that grew in the desolate location.

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Pitcher plant surviving between rocks, Gros Morne National Park

Further north, there were a number of trails and I stopped at most to enjoy the quiet and variety of scenery. I met people who said they saw caribou during their stay, but my visit seemed to be animal free.

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