Newfoundland Vignette 4 – Moving On

After three nights’ sleeping at Uncle Steve’s Place in Woody Point, we’d be moving on up the western coast to make our way over to the Great Northern Peninsula where we’d see icebergs and the historic French Shore.  During our last morning at Ivy Crocker’s Granite Coffee Shop, I picked up my conversation with the lovely local server as she fed me coffee, toast, and home-made partridge berry preserves.

IV

Woody Point, Gros Morne

Last Breakfast at the Granite Coffee Shop

June 22, 2015

 “I’d be nervous all the time,” explains the sweet young server,

(can’t be more than twenty-two, eyebrow piercing twinkles a delicate blue, matches her eyes),

sharing a bit about her baby girl,

why she’ll stay put on Woody Point

where the closest traffic light is in Corner Brook,

so Adrianna can run

free.

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2 thoughts on “Newfoundland Vignette 4 – Moving On

  1. Thanks for this Katharine…brings it all back like it was yesterday! Very interesting how each post seems to get more spacious as you move along your trip and your remembrances …

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