This is the South West coast of Newfoundland, near the Port aux Basque ferry. Gorgeous rocky coastline with pounding waves. This area is know for winds that are strong enough to topple motorhomes and transport trucks. The road along the coast has wind warning signs and the locals say that every year someone gets rolled.
This shot is near Baei Comeau Quebec. This is the coastal highway that runs from Quebec City east and terminates just beyond Sept Isle Quebec. The government of Quebec has plans to join this with the other end and complete the loop along the coast to the Labrador highway. Right now, if you drive the Labrador Highway, you arrive at the Atlantic coast with nowhere to go but back or across the ferry to Newfoundland. Baie Comeau, Quebec is the point where one starts the journey north to Labrador.
The road to Labrador is partly in Quebec and is a mix of pavement and pavement and gravel. Once in Labrador, there's about 600Kms of new pavement and then it turns to gravel for another 600Kms. The roads seem to go on forever without a soul on them.