Dave (the man below) put this museum together and runs it. He brings tour groups through and shows them a video of moving his father's fishing shack (called a stage) from his hometown by water to this current location where the museum was built. When his father was very old he told his only son that his stage would probably just fall into the ocean someday. Dave was determined not to let that happen. It is now used to demonstrate how to clean and salt cod. The surrounding buildings also house an art museum and old photo's of Twillingate's earlier days. It's a very popular musuem.
We hiked to the top of this mountain overlooking Pike's Arm. We could see 360 degrees. Cliff stopped and asked a man in this town for directions. His name was Ivan Cutler. We hadn't talked to him for just a few minutes, and Ivan invited Cliff to go fishing with him. His wife came out of their house and invited us in for coffee and cake. We had to turn them down, because of a show we had to be at. That's just how these Newfoundlanders are. Very friendly.