Keep it simple stupid
Thanks guys. The only issue we had with the T'Railway was a bridge that was blocked to full-size vehicles that required some backtracking to get out, but we didn't spend too much time on it in general.
Nick, You were at the top of the wreckhouse by the looks of the pictures. The winds get so high coming off those mountians that it blows 18 wheelers off the highway you see at the bottom...Glad you are liking it here!
Thanks kojack, yes, the winds we encountered all over the island were pretty strong, it had the hood of the jeep fluttering up against its bump stops and the fairing thumping the roof. We aren't up there anymore, got home a couple weeks back now.Btw, You on the island now, whats your travel plans here?
Thanks for the comments everyone! We were told the Gros Morne area has the highest Moose density in Newfoundland, like 5 per sq KM, but we didn't see any there! We kept our eyes open for Moose the entire drive, and we finally saw some when we least expected it!Very luck out. I spend 9+ days in Newfoundland with 5 days in Gros Morne area. I never seen a single moose.
Even if the weather is rainy, try venture north. I drove up L'anse aux meadows and it was rewarding.
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