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A boat drawn out for use at Sally's Cove, Gros Morne coast

Up the Gros Morne Coast

The Western Gros Morne Coast is rich with living traditions, fishermen folklore, rugged shores and stunning geology. Sally’s Cove is a still-operational, if forlorn, fishermen village. Broom Point has a nostalgic fishery museum. At Green Point geologists find their heaven on earth.

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So much happened here - Lobster Cove Lighthouse, NFL

Lobster Cove Lighthouse

Lobster Cove Lighthouse – life lived on the edge of sea and land, rich in tradition but also in the unexpected. A spirit of generosity and hospitality manifests in a kitchen party thrown by the park authorities. A walk around lighhouse reveals the amazing geology and ecology of the island.

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Huge whale rib decorating house, Trout River, NFL

Trout River, Newfoundland

Trout River, Newfoundland. A small quaint town perched between two rivers, a mountain and the sea… What else do we need? A hearty sea foodie meal at the “Seaside Restaurant”, plenty seagulls and geese.

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Anne of Green Gables on site, Cavendish, PEI

Back to my Childhood – Anne of Green Gables

A return to my childhood? Green Gables, Cavendish, the Prince Edward Island ranch was no disappointment. Here Maud Montgomery got the inspiration for her books about the marvellous red-haired Anne . Excellently preserved and maintained, I could still find my dreams hanging from apple trees, reflected in forest pools.

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Finish line of old luge/bobsled track, Lake Placid Olympic Complex

Glory Bygone – Olympic Lake Placid

Sweet and sour. An out-of-season Olympic village that knew better days. As natural vegetation growth outpaces athletic speeds, new generations keep practicing on the ice arenas. Nice historical museums, great Asian buffet. Also, a nice walk in Henry Woods private nature preserve. Thank goodness for landowners like that.

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A boat drawn out for use at Sally's Cove, Gros Morne coast

Up the Gros Morne Coast

The Western Gros Morne Coast is rich with living traditions, fishermen folklore, rugged shores and stunning geology. Sally’s Cove is a still-operational, if forlorn, fishermen village. Broom Point has a nostalgic fishery museum. At Green Point geologists find their heaven on earth.

Read More »
So much happened here - Lobster Cove Lighthouse, NFL

Lobster Cove Lighthouse

Lobster Cove Lighthouse – life lived on the edge of sea and land, rich in tradition but also in the unexpected. A spirit of generosity and hospitality manifests in a kitchen party thrown by the park authorities. A walk around lighhouse reveals the amazing geology and ecology of the island.

Read More »
Huge whale rib decorating house, Trout River, NFL

Trout River, Newfoundland

Trout River, Newfoundland. A small quaint town perched between two rivers, a mountain and the sea… What else do we need? A hearty sea foodie meal at the “Seaside Restaurant”, plenty seagulls and geese.

Read More »
Anne of Green Gables on site, Cavendish, PEI

Back to my Childhood – Anne of Green Gables

A return to my childhood? Green Gables, Cavendish, the Prince Edward Island ranch was no disappointment. Here Maud Montgomery got the inspiration for her books about the marvellous red-haired Anne . Excellently preserved and maintained, I could still find my dreams hanging from apple trees, reflected in forest pools.

Read More »
Finish line of old luge/bobsled track, Lake Placid Olympic Complex

Glory Bygone – Olympic Lake Placid

Sweet and sour. An out-of-season Olympic village that knew better days. As natural vegetation growth outpaces athletic speeds, new generations keep practicing on the ice arenas. Nice historical museums, great Asian buffet. Also, a nice walk in Henry Woods private nature preserve. Thank goodness for landowners like that.

Read More »
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