Well for all you sookies who thought it might be wet
(might that be Dawn?), it wasn't.
Joe, Bev, Norm, Gordon, Harold, and Ron set out at
9:15 for Musquodoboit Harbour.
I learned on my AT hike this summer to, like the Nike
ad, "Just Do It" It really was alright.
There weren't even many trees down. There was more
beaver damage than Juan damage.
What is it about being above things that make it so
The views from both Skull Rock and Gibraltar Rock were
great and the storm damage clearly visible from Skull.
It had swept up the valley below us and, almost like a
clear-cut, taken all the trees with it.
In descending from Gibraltar, we did have to climb
around/over/through some trees, but by and large, they
had been cut out by someone else and weren't too bad
at all. The highlight might haave been the short side
trip on the way back to the Sunflower Cafe for
Cinnamon rolls and coffee. No cinnamon rolls but some
other German sweet bread did the job.
All in all another great RROA adventure. Can't wait
till next week.