Wednesday, January 29, 2014

A Reminder that Spring is on its Way?

The latest in the series of Newfoundland & Labrador tourism ads. And yes, it is a magical place.

After all I chose it.

Or did it choose me?

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10 Comments:

Blogger Sandy aka Doris the Great said...

A little of both perhaps: you choose it and it choose you. And yes, I know well how beautiful it is. When you get the chance (if you haven't done it already), go to Corner Brook and take a drive along the beautiful Humber Valley, through Corner Brook and all the way down the bay to Lark Harbour. It's gorgeous! And so many places to hike.

Wed Jan 29, 11:29:00 PM GMT-3:30  
Anonymous Grannymar said...

You can smell the peace and hear nature's chorus. Enjoy!

Thu Jan 30, 05:47:00 AM GMT-3:30  
Blogger One Woman's Journey - a journal being written from Woodhaven - her cottage in the woods. said...

oh my
such beauty
makes me smile
this early morning
and almost
smell Spring..

Thu Jan 30, 10:03:00 AM GMT-3:30  
Blogger Government Funded Blogger said...

I shall drink in that peaceful and restful sight whilst up to my ying yang in snow and more on the way.......lol

Thu Jan 30, 12:57:00 PM GMT-3:30  
Blogger Cait O'Connor said...

Wow.

Thu Jan 30, 01:06:00 PM GMT-3:30  
Blogger Cape Cod Kitty said...

So very beautiful and peaceful!!
Thank you for stopping by Ms Graysea...haven't been able to reply until now due to computer issues.
I just love your blog!

Thu Jan 30, 02:06:00 PM GMT-3:30  
Blogger Cape Cod Kitty said...

PS. I meant to comment on the Newfoundlanders who settled here. I have come in contact with so many throughout my life, but one, in particular, has stayed with me since I was a young married woman, and new mother. She lived in a sweet little house behind mine, a single, very hard working, close to the vest person, but so giving and she helped me in many ways. She had an incredible green thumb, and had an ever-blooming supply of African violets and gardenias in a lovely south bay window of her wood-stove heated kitchen. She was a housekeeper for several local families and had a huge vegetable garden, as well. I loved her a lot. She talked about the hardscrabble life in her homeland, but she missed her family a lot. I think she sent a lot of money "home".....These days I often see the obits of the last of these settlers and they take me back.

Thu Jan 30, 03:21:00 PM GMT-3:30  
Blogger The Poet Laura-eate said...

Well they've convinced me! However when funds permit, you'd be first on my list of tourist attractions! Lx

Thu Jan 30, 03:51:00 PM GMT-3:30  
Anonymous Linda P. said...

It does appear magical. Like Poet Laura-eate, you've convinced me where my extra funds should be spent when I have them.

Thu Jan 30, 07:34:00 PM GMT-3:30  
Blogger Stan said...

It does look magical: a very effective ad. The geographical similarities with Ireland struck me too.

Tue Feb 04, 02:01:00 PM GMT-3:30  

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