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Trip planning for summer 2004

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My husband and I are planning a trip for this summer (August 2004). We'll be staying on Avalon Peninsula at an efficiency unit and using that as home base. Is it reasonable to think of driving to St. John's from Holyrood at night for nightlife? I have heard lots about fog and moose.. We certainly want to go hear some traditional Newfie music. I was born in Nfld of US parents but raised on "Lukey's Boat" and Squid Jiggin'Ground" instead of lullabuys.
Also.. what about fishing. We can't afford an expensive charter but a head boat.?? or how and where can we fish legally?
Any suggestions about good places to stay and about what to do while we are there?

Thanks!

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