St. John’s is on the Eastern coast of Newfoundland and according to the AAA Tour Book it is one of the oldest cities in North America. John Cabot discovered Newfoundland and Labrador in 1497 and the name is believed to come from the fact that this spot was discovered on the feast day of St. John the Baptist. It has […]
Here is my colorful entry for the Weekly Photo Challenge – Urban. It is a row of businesses on Duckworth Street, St. John’s Newfoundland, Canada. There are also streets of colorful row houses.
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/