Day 10 7/23/19 For up and went to the town office by 845am to see if I could get a tour of the hydro dam in Churchill falls. They didn’t have a tour in the morning but had two at 1pm but they were booked. I could have waited until 7pm but didn’t want to hang out all day for that. One of the guys there offered to show me the exhibit and video later on the morning though. Pic of a pic of the dam inside I went to the only restaurant in town at the hotel. They had a lumberjack breakfast for $13, and surprisingly enough was enough food to fill me up. I eat a lot. This meal was similar to the tremendous twelve at Perkins in the usa. Very good. Met another biker there. Pat was riding His tiger 800 from Pennsylvania. I chatted with him a bit then left to go back to the town hall. The dam there had 11 generators about 480 megawatts each. Would have maybe stayed to see the tour but I saw the dam at Radisson, So saw something very similar a few days before. Rode out to Goose bay/ Happy Valley. Went around town a little bit, got some groceries. Ran into Pat by the police station. We asked about a military museum in the area, and were told it was in goose bay. Went over there and it was in a department store on the military base. Was cool to see, small, but worthy it. Goose bay was a large base used during wwll. Lot of Americans there during that time. good area for airplane training since there’s nothing there. After the Museum I got some food and headed out. Pat stayed in town, he wanted to stay the night. I rode about 7 miles back to the turnoff for the Labrador coastal highway. It’s about 260 miles to Port Hope Simpson, the next gas stop. I have 5.3 gallons in the stock tank then a 2.5 can on the back so I can do 300 miles if I have to. The toad was paved about 52 miles off the turnoff then turned to gravel for about 150 miles before going back to pavement. I rode til dark and set up my tent at a construction camp. Most of the gravel was pretty good. I did 50-60pmh on most of it.