It’s now “Aunties and Me”
We stayed with my Aunt Shirley and Uncle Harold in Corner Brook. Uncle Harold made his famous fish stew to accompany Aunt Shirley’s home-made bread.
Here’s a close up. The cod was delicious.
During the evening after a few glasses of wine, we cajoled Aunt Shirley into joining us on our trip up the Great Northern Peninsula. So now it’s “Aunties and Me”.
For this leg of the journey, there was a slight change of plans. Uncle Harold and I swapped cars. I love my Aunt Shirley and did not feel comfortable strapping her to the roof of the Smartie. While my car might scoot underneath the belly of a moose - the added height might be a hazard.