.                   125 nights in our fifth wheel, 276 communities visited in Newfoundland.This summer we  traveled the Viking Trail, Discovery Trail, Baccalieu Trail, the Heritage Run and some other less traveled routes.The summer is over, the trailer is stored for the winter we leave to drive, Read More

  We traveled the trailer from Traytown to St John’s and set up in Pippy Park in the heart of the city. We could see the Confederation Building from our window. Our first day trip was to Cape Spear. The lighthouse at Cape Spear was constructed in 1834 or early 1835 and has operated, Read More

On August 27 we traveled the trailer to Burlington to attend the third annual presentation of “The Gathering”. This is a festival organized by local people and local artist. It seems Shaun Majumder a native of Burlington is one of the main people attributed with its success. There are three communities involved in the, Read More

  With the trailer parked in Bellevue we made a day trip to Brigus. It is a small fishing community located in Conception Bay and it is a very popular tourist stop. It was the home of Captain Bob Bartlett and the location of his residence Hawthorne Cottage. There are many Arctic Heroes that came from, Read More

Cape St Mary’s was our destination after our visit to Brigus. This is an Ecological Reserve hosting one of Newfoundland’s seabird colonies. During the breeding season it is home to 24,000 Northern Gannets 20,000kittiwake, 20,000 murre and 2,000 thick billed murre, 100 pair of razorbill and 60 pair of black guillemot. A sight to, Read More

Will I finished work April 30. In June we purchased a 36 foot travel trailer and left Fort McMurray, Alberta bound for Newfoundland. The first day and we across Alberta, the second Saskatchewan  and the third Manitoba. In Ontario we met up with my sister Eliz and her man Frank for a weekend. Most, Read More