Along the Ruggedly Beautiful Coast of Newfoundland

View From Signal Hill Near St. John's

View From Signal Hill Near St. John’s

I’ve been way up to the wonderful province of Newfoundland and Labrador twice and both times were amazing.  If you have the opportunity to visit this gorgeous rugged place populated with extremely hardy and friendly people, don’t hesitate –just go!  For myself, I look forward to my next trip there, exploring quaint outports and inhaling into my soul more if its innumerable beautiful vistas.  From my last trip, here are a few images that I took along the coast near St. John’s and about 200 miles further northeast on the Bonavista Peninsula around the picturesque villages of Trinity East and Port Rexton, both of which sit on Trinity Bay across from the Avalon Peninsula.

Harbor Scene Nfld

A Fishing Stage on a Quiet Cove

Nfld -- Boat on Grass

Boat Pulled Ashore, Port Rexton

12 responses

    • Dan, yes, Canada is a terrific place that, even with its share of problems (which is true of just about any place), is well worth exploring.

      I really like your No Facilities site, by the way. Spot on with many of your well written observations.

      Brett

  1. This brings back memories. When I was in the US Navy I was stationed in Argentia Newfoundland for 3 1/2 years. Loved it. Spent a lot of time wandering about the island. Would love to go back. I didn’t have the best camera the last time I was up there.

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