Mitts

"WARM WOOLEN MITTENS" Make from old sweaters! So easy to get the ugly Christmas sweaters from consignment shops and make a bunch!

'Incoming Puffin!' by Richard Steel

Incoming Puffin, Richard Steel, British Wildlife Photographer on A study of avian landing gear.

Newfoundland Boil up

I'm more of a coffee man but wouldn't turn down a nice hot cup of tea over the open fire.

The Newfoundland Pony is listed as a critically endangered species by Rare Breeds Canada. It is believed that there are fewer than 400 Newfoundland Ponies in North America with only 250 of these ponies able to be bred.

The Newfoundland Pony is listed as a critically endangered species by Rare Breeds Canada. It is believed that there are fewer than 400 Newfoundland Ponies in North America with only 250 of these ponies capable of breeding.

or seascapes.  icebergs passing near St. John's, Newfoundland, and Labrador.

Spectacular icebergs float thousands of miles to within feet of amazed sightseers

Sightseers line the shore for a glimpse of the annual phenomenon of the shifting icebergs passing near St. John's, Newfoundland, and Labrador

Norwegian archeologist Anne Stine Moe Ingstad (1918-1997) discovered the remains of a Norse settlement in Newfoundland and was author of The Norse Discovery of America (1977). In this photograph distributed by the National Geographic Society, Ingstad "examines a fire pit at the site of what is believed to be a Norse house dating from about A.D. 1000".

Norwegian archeologist Anne Stine Moe Ingstad discovered the remains of a Norse settlement in Newfoundland and was author of The Norse Discovery of America

Newfoundland Fish Cakes - one of our most searched for Newfoundland recipes is this one for traditional Newfoundland fish cakes which have been made for countless generations using the most basic of ingredients like potatoes, salt fish and onions. Best served with scrunchions!

Newfoundland Fish Cakes

Newfoundland Fish Cakes - one of our most searched for Newfoundland recipes is this one for traditional Newfoundland fish cakes which have been made for countless generations using the most basic of ingredients like potatoes, salt fish and onions.

"The Berry Picker, Greenspond" by Heather Horton : In the autumn in Newfoundland, you will see people off in fields, at the sides of roads, or on a hillside, picking berries. Cloud berries, partridge berries, blue berries…all of these are made into jam and preserves and remind me of Newfoundland. Milly Bragg was one such berry picker, and she posed for me on this hillside in the beautiful little village of Greenspond.

Saturate your heart with adventure & your will be the echo. “The Berrypicker”,oil on panel, private collection, Delaware.

Signallers Marian Wingate and Margaret Little of the Women's Royal Canadian Naval Service at work, St. John's, Newfoundland  Labrador, April 1945.

Signallers Marian Wingate and Margaret Little of the Women's Royal Canadian Naval Service at work, St.

Narwals, Newfoundland, Canada

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