Historic Blackhead School and Church Museum in Newfoundland, Canada.
The Village of Blackhead rests at the bottom of Blackhead Bay between Sly Boots and Bottle Cove a short distance west of the Cape Spear National Historic Site on Blackhead Road. The sign at the intersection into Blackhead via Blackhead Village Road catches our attention.
Mel and I are eager to check out the Blackhead School and Church Museum. The drive past the historic schoolhouse and church leads to an arts and crafts collection in a private home typical of Newfoundland's cottage industry.
Following photos document the 1879 Blackhead School and Church Museum.
From Blackhead, it is a short, quick drive back to accommodation at the Extended Stay Hotel in St. John's for a change in attire and the drive downtown for dinner.
Driving along New Gower Street, there are huge lineups at the Mile One Centre. Unknown to us, a John Fogerty Concert is playing at the large exhibition and conference center. It takes ¾ of an hour to find a parking spot.
Parking in St. John's can be very challenging. The city is not equipped for volume. Dinner is at the Keg, on Harbour Street, with a wait time of only 10 minutes for a nice dinner, well-deserved after the long, ambitious day of discovery.