As we take a leisurely summer drive in the snowy hills of Labrador, we got closer and closer to the coast.
Finally we happened upon the town of Red Bay, which couldn’t be more than a few dozen buildings. I wonder if the town was just for show, because it was rather picturesque.
Eventually we meandered our way down the main road to the Atlantic Ocean and the core buildings of the town.
At the end of the peninsula, there was a contemporary structure housing the Red Bay National Historical Site. We made a quick visit because we had to keep moving south to catch our ferry to Newfoundland in a few hours.
A river north of Pinware NL.