Here’s what the North (and more developed) side looks like from the opposite side.
While the North side is mostly taken up by other types of business–retail, banking and all things oil–the South side remains more firmly rooted in why St. John’s was populated in the first place.
Made it out to the Fort Amherst lighthouse this time. It’s quite windy here but you’d hardly say so in the rest of the harbour, thanks to the shelter afforded by the surrounding hills.
Did I mention the hills?
There’s a reason they call the place “The Rock.”
Still a few dogberries here and there. Not for long though.
And as for the temperature, while it did go up enough to melt all of the snow, this morning the car and van were covered in ice. It’s 3 C today, going down to -3 tonight and -7 tomorrow. So much for the dogberries…