#1: The 48N 54W confluence is within 6 metres of the small tree at the center of this image.
#2: The view to the North.
#3: The view to the south, from a rocky knob a few hundred metres away, shows more of the ponds and several of the many cabins in the area.
#4: View to the East.
#5: A view to the West shows the boulder-strewn glacial topography: numerous small lakes, scattered erratic boulders and low hills of glacial material. The stunted spruce and fir trees and the caribou moss has hardly had 10 000 years to get established!
#6: The GPS shows we've arrived. Another screen indicated a 6 metre accuracy.
#7: Wayne and I on the rough atv road coming back.
#8: Wayne and I at the confluence.
#9: The Provincial Flower of Newfoundland & Labrador, the Pitcher Plant, growing nearby.