After our great boat trip with O'Briens, we headed down the coast to find a place to eat as we headed to Ferryland. A quick stop at Tors Cove for a picture and then we were lunch hunting.
Next stop was Bernard Kavanagh's restaurant looking right over the coast. A warm bowl of soup and grilled cheese as we enjoyed the view. Ferryland is known as the Irish Heart of Newfoundland and part of the Irish Loop. It is in the heart of the Irish Loop and was colonized in 1621, there is an archaeological dig going on there right now uncovering the original settlement.
At one point down by Ferryland as I looked out at the waves standing by the Ferryland Lighthouse, I shed a tear or two, as I realized how thankful I was for this wonderful country. When my parents immigrated here, there was talk about heading over to Australia, and everyday I am thankful that they stayed. My family, my friends and this amazing country I am thankful for everyday. How lucky I am and how amazing it has been to discover this last province to join confederation.