Next stop, Corner Brook and the Humber Valley, the aerial gateway and social hub of Western Newfoundland. After gorgeous drive through the Bay of Islands, we pause to cool off in the waters of Margaret Bowater Park in Corner Brook. A visit to Captain Cook’s Monument and a round of golf fill out the remainder
Under a vast blanket of stars, we make camp in the wilderness of Gros Morne National Park. Our first stop is the town of Woody Point. Here one can enjoy village comforts while soaking in the natural wonders of this World Heritage Site. The long arms of Bonne Bay stretch deep into the national park.
“Some day on clothes” is just another way which we describe the weather. It relates to how we dry clothes in Newfoundland. We hang it on a clothesline… usually a very fine day, the wind is blowing, and it’s fluttering in the breeze. Great day for drying clothes. And so we would use that satisfaction
Happy 150th birthday Canada.
VO: My roots go back five generations. VO: The solitude that you get here, VO: it’s something that I think you can’t find anywhere else. VO: You know, you’re away from it all. When you take that ferry VO: out from Mary’s Harbour you’re leaving behind the hustle and bustle. VO: It’s a connection that
Cuffer’s another way of saying, “to have a conversation.” 1 2 or 3 people. I mean it wouldn’t necessarily just be 2. And there’d be a frank exchange of whatever it is they want to say. And so there there might be laughing and sharing. It’s a very, it’s a very loving situation as opposed
Even peaceful now with just the sound of the oars in the water. Compared to the – St. John’s and the bigger cities. No traffic. Yep. You wake up to the seagulls in the morning. And dogs barking. Them seagulls think I got fish for ’em this morning. Haven’t got nothin’ yet! Later on. Yes,
[♪♪♪♪] VO: My great grandfather came from England. VO: I keep coming back because my roots are here VO: and I know it was an awful special place for my family. VO: Especially for my dad – VO: he worked here over 35 years and it was his passion to see this place survive. VO:
♪♪♪♪ VO: It has been said, those who don’t believe in magic will never see it… VO: Little chance of that ever happening here. VO: Newfoundland and Labrador
[♪♪♪♪] VO: On your journey through life, make sure your biography has at least one extraordinary chapter. Newfoundland and Labrador