Today we headed out for one last ATV ride with our friends from Pirate's Haven Chalets and Adventures. The rain had cleared, the air was fresh and the sky was crystal blue. We booted down the trail through some thick woods and brush until we reached a clearing.
We could see the ocean in the distance, and beautiful grasslands right to the headland. The light this afternoon was amazing, every photographer’s dream.
We headed right to the cliffs overlooking vast expanses of land and ocean for as far as the eye could see. A good wind from the southwest was making the landscape come alive—waves crashing, grasses swaying and clouds swirling.
We continued on right up to Robinsons Point, a high point on the southwest coast with an uninterrupted 360-degree view of the surrounding lands. Simply spectacular!
I tried so hard to soak it all in—the sights, sounds and smells—because I know I will cherish this memory for the rest of my life. Paul Gale, you have the best job in the world, and I hope one day to return to this beautiful corner of Newfoundland, if just for one more ride.