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avalon peninsula and walking

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we are thinking about making a trip to newfoundland. our interests are mainly nature, birds and photography. Hiking ability is very limited.

Is it still possible to see what we want to by driving close and walking a little or will we really be limited by the limited walking ability.

understand the major birding site at st. Mary's? requires a 1km walk each way which is pushing it. is it possible to roll a cart with scope and camera stuff or do you really have to carry it? (path not wheelchair accessible - already checked.

we are also not big fans of boat rides - seasickness.

so does that leave us any options for the type of trip we want to take?

thanks for any info.

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