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We are on the Port Joli trail, which is a 5.5km loop. An we saw a sign that said.
a BEAR was in the area
so the barrens should make them stick out easy enough.
So we're just heading to the water
and see more of this beautiful day
Coming up on the other side of Port Joli and we are seeing in the distance the communities of
Port Mouton, Carter's Beach and Liverpool way in the distance
But we ran into some old foundations
100 years ago a sheep farm was settled here
with about 1000 heads of sheep.
so the farm lasted about 10-12 years, harsh barrens made it hard to raise sheep
It became a summer home
and in 1985, the province took it over and eventually gave it to Parks Canada to make this seaside adjunct
AHH! There was the bear!
it was chowing down on something so we'll
proceeded back the way we came and make sure it isn't following us.
Allright, we are done!
we had to loop back cause the black bear was on the trail.
it ran towards us "bluff charge" and went into the woods
and we didn't know where it went cause the barrens was higher in that area.
so it took a bit longer to finish the trail
and we're back to the car, look in the description on the video to see...
GPS track file, of the trail we did, we did about 3/4
We didn't do the trail where we would have seen Seals.
Anyway, buddy here had his water and needs to cool down, and we'll see you next time!