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Savannah Innkeeper Vacation in Newfoundland’s Bonavista

August 5th, 2010 by Teresa Jacobson

The continuing tale of innkeepers, Teresa and Jake of Azalea Inn and Gardens of Savannah, Georgia, as they take you on vacation with them!

As we headed to Bonavista Peninsula, we had our second moose sighting – a cow and two calves along the TransCanada Highway about 20 minutes outside Gander. It was quite apparent there was something to be seen as cars were pulling over on both sides of the roads and folks were pulling out cameras. We joined the tourist frenzy and at the moment we stopped the car they bolted into the tree line and the only evidence of their passing was the swaying of the surrounding vegetation. Continuing on our way, we arrived in Trinity late afternoon, swinging south to Dunfield. A relatively narrow road led the way along the steep edges of the bay dipping down into a small village of no more than 20 homes, and our final destination, Rolling Hills B&B, the beautifully restored family home of Ed and Maggie. Ed grew up in this quaint town and once retired was anxious to return to the peaceful ways of his hometown, where family, fishing and hunting were still a way of life and no doors were locked against your neighbors.

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