Through the fog we noticed these guys heading to the top
The final battle of the Seven Years War in North America was fought in 1762 at the Battle of Signal Hill, in which the French surrendered St. John's to the British under the command of Lt. Colonel William Amherst. Lt. Colonel Amherst renamed what was then known as "The Lookout" as "Signal Hill," because of the signalling that took place upon its summit from its flagmast. Flag communication between land and sea would take place there from the 17th century until 1960.
We had to do something while we waited :)
The fog lifted enough for us to see the city of St. John's
``Loved you, Newfoundland and all your wonderful people. ``
Now it`s back to reality and I`m heading out to cat-sit. I missed all my kitties.