Going Home Slowly - Living Heritage at Trinity
We finally made it to Clarenville where my friend Cheri Brushett lives and received a wonderful welcome. We cannot thank her enough for the generous hospitality she extended to us.
She (and her daughter) took us to a place called Trinity, located on Trinity Bay. It was settled in the 18th century. The town contains a number of buildings recognized as Registered Heritage Structures by the province. To warm up a bit, we stopped for a delicious lunch in the Trinity Mercantile. Despite the damp cold, Cheri's daughter (who is only 2 years old) was a gem the entire time. Just before we left, we stopped at the chocolate shop and bought some divine dark chocolate - it is to die for.
On the way out of the tiny community, we saw some mussel farms. Really an unusual sight for us Prairie folk.
We had a totally awesome time.
It was so lovely to spend some time with you Lorna and to meet Gene! I'm so happy that you enjoyed your visit... despite the freezing winds and dampness :) Your images of Trinity are absolutely beautiful, thanks for sharing! x0
Enchanting photo's. Love the gate.
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