I previously posted on the colorful homes of Gaspe Peninsula of Quebec Canada. Today we went to St. John’s, Newfoundland and they are noted for their colorful row houses. Here is a sampling.
This is the second quart of strawberries that we have purchased. They are locally grown (I think in Nova Scotia) which is a real treat seeing that Michigan strawberries come on during the end of June & the first part of July. These aren’t as sweet but have a big bang of flavor. Wish I could make freezer jam here. […]
The rock formations at the north end of Cape Breton Island were fascinating. It made me wish I had a geologist along. These were taken at North Point from the boat while we were watching sea life. Other posts from the Maritime Provinces: https://imissmetoo.me/2012/08/22/meat-cove-cape-breton-highland/ https://imissmetoo.me/2012/08/21/ocean-wildlife-of-cape-breton/ https://imissmetoo.me/2012/08/20/petite-wild-flowers-in-the-maritimes/ https://imissmetoo.me/2012/08/19/date-night-on-cape-breton/ https://imissmetoo.me/2012/08/19/cape-breton-highlands-cabot-trail/ https://imissmetoo.me/2012/08/17/sunset-on-northumberland-straight/ https://imissmetoo.me/2012/08/17/church-architecture-of-gaspe-peninsula/
My story today requires that you stop and take a couple of very deep breaths as you forget about the noise and demands of everyday life. We decided to take the gravel road out to Meat Cove while we were waiting to go whale watching. We used to like to take the fire trails in the very north of Michigan’s […]
I like to keep things orderly and put my thoughts and photos into themes but there are just times when things don’t fit or come later or are loners. Time to get caught up with those. Here is church architecture to add to my previous post, this one taken from close to where we went whale watching – St. Margaret Village. […]