Newfoundland – June 2016

A visit to Newfoundland has been on my list of things to do – not really a bucket list since I may just do it more than once before I kick – and with the Canadian dollar in the doldrums this year I thought it was time.   Although the weather in early June was chilly and wet and foggy,  I had a very wonderful atmospheric holiday, seeing puffins, whales, icebergs and my friends Glenda and Marshall Godwin, all natural Newfie phenomena.

Here are just a few of my photos.

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Cape Spear Lighthouse

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Fishing village

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Spectacular iceberg near Dunfield

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I was not deterred by the frequent drizzle and fog

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Humpback whale

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Puffins

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Signal Hill, St John’s

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View from Signal Hill

 

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Visiting friends was a treat

 

 

5 thoughts on “Newfoundland – June 2016

  1. We met a man named Glen at Heathrow airport in 2014. We told him how much we enjoy watching Here and Now news from St. John’s. He is the court reporter for the program. Those of you in St. J will know who he is.

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