I hope so.
That there was some refined humour.
Here's an actual post.
I'm going to kind of jump around out of chronological context and just write about Newfoundland right now. Since we just played our last show here in Placentia at The Three Sisters Pub. Tiny little town maybe 3000 population with the surrounding communities.
The old Crowe luck was in full force There happened to be a reunion where the whole town basically heads to another island for the whole weekend.
I like to think that the town of Placentia decided to play a practical joke and hide on me.
Very funny Placentia, you win this round.
Like Placentia, the whales were also part of the practical joke.
No sea living mammals crossed our path.
Flynn's Pub - Corner Brook
My favourite part was while I was playing there was a fellow trying to get in the door but the bouncer and manager kept saying no.
The fellow slams has hands on the door and the manager yells back "And that's why we won't let you in!" Great times.
Citadel House - Lewisporte
Three Sisters Pub- Placentia
Gina brought her gun she thought she was hunting whales.
Getting on the boat.
Camped out around Corner Brook at the Base of Marble Mountain. They've got some zip line.
and a cool little Waterfall area.
Gyna's extreme goat.
Apparently we had cod tongues at Corner Brook's worst restaurant, Rustica.
THis fellow is like a very sad version of the old man from Up.
We had 2 days off in St. John's and the weather was crumb bum city.
Cold and wet.
It has been since we got on the island.
Now that we're getting off it's sunny and warm as fuck.
Headed over to the Quidi Vidi Brewery to sample some brew turns out they only do private tours and no samples.
We basically drive out to see a quaint liquor store.
Bought some beer and drank them by the water in the misty little town.
Head back to the city and no one wanted to serve us food.
Well that's a bit of a lie. All the restaurants we wanted to eat in were booked up.
But they were empty because people had not arrived yet.
It's a weird thing to walk into an empty restaurant and have them say "Sorry we can't get you in."
"What about the 16 empty tables?"
Ended up in Yellow Belly Brew Pub. The 2nd night in a row.
Good food and in my opinion best beer in Newfoundland.
Craft Beer is a new idea here n the island.
You've got Yellow Belly, Quidi Vidi, Storm and some Molson-y types like Black Horse.
It's odd to be in a province and be unable to get a hoppy beer.
They just don't have it.
I like to point this out. Gina hit 3 street signed that day as well.
It was great.
The Beast has taken it's toll on us. It's like it wants to hurt us.
I've fallen prey as well has Trail.
Like in my last blog I mentioned how Gina whacked her head and fell flat on her back.
I've done the same but just knocked me on my ass. A crunch in my neck and I'm on the ground.
Trail has walked into the bumper.
He fell in the steps and was stuck upside down like a turtle. Only way to get him out was to open the door and let him roll to the street.
Wy all time favourite is when Gina rolled over in bed and cracked her head on the cupboard edge.
It was like that scene in Pet Sematery where Creed wakes up and.... let me show you.
That really was fantastic to watch.
This boat is really toughening her up to say the least.
I'm already tough.
I'm already tough.
We checked out Signal Hill Canada's most eastern point. Trail was digging it he looked younger.
I did had to carry him up and down all the steps. I don't have photos of it but Gina will post them somewhere Twiter/instagram/facebook.
Maybe I can get her to edit this and throw her 2 cents in at some point.
He was knocked out after.
All right We did play New Brunswick and Nova Scotia I'll recount those days later.
Gina has photos on here twitter and facebook if you can suss that out.
I'm not doing it for you!