First stop was Bay Bulls, were there is a community of Williamses reputedly descended from the Welsh settlers brought over by Sir William. And here I am with one of them - with the good Welsh name David Williams - in front of a boat he built himself!
And here is Cabot himself at Sir William Vaughan's settlement of Trepassey. He is standing in front of the site of a ruin which he likes to fancy could be the site of Sir William Vaughan's house, on a sheltered west facing slope overlooking the entrance to the harbour.
No trip to a Newfoundland outport could be complete without a meal of cod's tongues and chips which Cabot treated me to.