World's Largest Axe - Nackawic, New Brunswick, Canada- and that's why I love road trips. You come across all sorts of things :)

The Big Stuff Project: International Spotlight: World's Largest Axe - Nackawic, New Brunswick

Blue Iceberg Newfoundland Canada

The picture above is an unaltered image of a blue iceberg. Scientist and explorers have discovered many blue icebergs in a place called Sermilik Fjord

Sunset on Inverness Beach, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada

Sunset on Inverness Beach, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada - Pixdaus

Reversing Falls, Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada

Reversing Falls, Saint John, New Brunswick. The phenomenon of the Reversing Falls is caused by the tremendous rise and fall of the tides of the Bay of Fundy, which are the highest in the world.

Fortress of Louisbourg on Cape Breton, Nova Scotia.

The Fortress of Louisbourg is a national historic site and the location of a one-quarter partial reconstruction of an century French fortress at Louisbourg on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia.

Scenic Heritage Roads, Prince Edward Island

Autumn Orange Scenic Heritage Roads, Prince Edward Island PEI has the most awesome red dirt roads!

Fortress of Louisbourg---Sydney,Nova Scotia

Fortress of Louisbourg. The fortifications eventually surrounded the town. The walls were constructed mainly between 1720 and

Newfoundland Labrador Canada

We Harvest Icebergs in Labrador and Newfoundland Every spring, massive islands of ice broken off of glaciers in Greenland parade through ‘Iceberg Alley’, past the coast of Labrador and Newfoundland. Entrepreneurs are harvesting chunks of these cool marv

Hartland Covered Bridge, Hartland, New Brunswick, is the longest covered bridge in the world. It was built July 4, 1901 at 391 metres long, and crosses the St John River.

Hartland Covered Bridge, Hartland, New Brunswick, is the longest covered bridge in the world. It was built July 1901 at 391 metres long, and crosses the St John River.

Amazing Twillingate Iceberg Newfoundland, Canada

Amazing Twillingate Iceberg Newfoundland, Canada go back when icebergs are there

Ice berg in Newfoundland, Canada---iceberg alley

An impressive iceberg arrived in Newfoundland’s Goose Cove in mid-July. “Icebergs float in from Greenland,” said the photographer, Gene Patey. This one briefly blocked the town’s harbor before.

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