Bright and early in the morning, we woke up, packed a few snacks, and hit the road with our Lightning Blue Ford EcoSport.
This time, we were to drive parts of what's known as the Irish Loop – one of the main roads of the Avalon Region that covers the eastern shore.
No trip to St. John's is complete without doing one of O'Brien's famed boat tours and so we turned back on the Irish Loop and made our way to Bay Bulls.
Where I stood was a pier that was equally as photogenic with a wooden house with a platform on stilt, lobster traps, and salt-worn paint.
Coming here myself, I could see why as historic fishing village nestled by the surrounding rock cradle various tokens of a once-thriving community.