There are more than a 1000 articles about Life in Newfoundland on this blog. If you want to go through some of them, there are a couple of ways to do that:

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You could browse the archives by month or by title, or maybe you could read a completely random article:

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If you’re looking for a specific topic, a good way to find it is to browse the subject tags. For example, I write a lot about my hikes on the East Coast Trail, and you can find these stories by exploring the individual trail tags:

White Horse Path, Cripple Cove Path, Biscan Cove Path, Stiles Cove Path, Father Troy’s Trail, Silver Mine Head Path, Cobbler Path, Sugarloaf Path, Deadmans Bay Path, Blackhead Path, Cape Spear Path, Motion Path, Spout Path, Mickeleens Path, Beaches Path, Tinkers Point Path, La Manche Village Path, Flamber Head Path, Brigus Head Path, Cape Broyle Head Path, Caplin Bay Path, Sounding Hills Path, Mudder Wet Path, Spurwink island Path, Bear Cove Point Path and Island Meadow Path.

If you’re not looking for a specific trail, have a look at all of them together by browsing through the entire trail categoryEast Coast Trail. It can also be fun going through these stories by season: spring hikes, summer hikes, fall hikes, and winter hikes.

Along my hikes I see a ton of wildlife, such as whales, seabirds, capelinseals, moose, and more. Of course, iceberg watching and berry picking are an important part of the hiking experience too.

When I’m not out on the East Coast Trail I’m out for a stroll on one of the Grand Concourse trails, or exploring the local towns and harbours to see what I can find there, or maybe I’m even on the water enjoying a boat trip in the Witless Bay Ecological Reserve.

I also love to go sightseeing around the island, sometimes on a day-trip to Cape St. Mary’s, sometimes to more distant locations on long weekends or even on vacation.

Stories from all my vacations in Newfoundland are here: Summer of 2009, Fall of 2009Spring of 2010Summer of 2010Spring of 2011Summer of 2012Fall of 2012Fall of 2013, and Spring of 2017.

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There are many more tags to explore on this blog, so when you find a story or subject you like, just click on the tags near the bottom of the article to get a list of more stories about that subject.

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