Terra Nova National Park, established in 1957, is Canada’s most easterly National Park with 400 square kilometres of pristine wilderness. It is where dense boreal forests, rugged headlands, sheltered coves and inlets meet the Atlantic Ocean. The coastlines finger-like landscape provides a recreational haven for boaters and water activity enthusiasts. The atmosphere of the park […]
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On October 5th I boarded the ferry at Pilley’s Island to make my way to Lushes Bight, Beaumont and Beaumont North in order to check off the last three places on my list. What list was this? A list to visit every place on the island of Newfoundland. For many years I have travelled this […]
Read More LONG ISLAND – (Lushes Bight/Beaumont/Beaumont North) … Last But Not Least!
This summer was my first visit to Fogo Island and Change Islands. I really had no pre-conceived notions of what to expect, other than it being known world-wide as “Iceberg Alley” from the myriad of migrating icebergs every spring, the famous Fogo Island Inn and numerous hiking trails. One thing I did take away from […]
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(August 2021) La Poile is an isolated fishing village located on the South Coast of Newfoundland. It is inaccessible by road and is serviced by Inter-Provincial Ferry MV Challenge One from Rose Blanche. GETTING THERE Getting to La Poile is no easy task. It is not a place you just happen to pass through. It […]
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