Mabel the Newfoundland puppy © Garon Kiesel-Pixel Vault Photography

I need this puppy dog! Mabel the Newfoundland puppy © Garon Kiesel-Pixel Vault Photography

Gros Morne National Park, Newfoundland, Canada

Boardwalk over the bog at Western Pond Brook, Gros Morne National Park, Newfoundland, Canada

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

Floating Iceberg

Iceland & Greenland - bucket list, for sure! Here, Ilulissat Icefjord, a fjord in western Greenland ~ colorful Greenland coastal homes as an iceberg floats by ~ photographer, Yoshio Tomii

The Matthew (1994 replica of the boat on which John Cabot sailed to Newfoundland in 1497)

1994 replica of the boat on which John Cabot sailed to Newfoundland in 1497 the first European ship to reach America.

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's Provincial Flower, the Pitcher Plant

Sarracenia purpurea (Purple Pitcher Plant): Newfoundland's Provincial Flower, the Pitcher Plant

Old huts at the Norstead Viking Village L'Anse aux Meadows in Newfoundland with pack ice floating in the harbour in the backdrop @hickerphoto.com

Recreated huts and buildings stand in the Norstead Viking Village along the Great Northern Peninsula of Newfoundland, Canada with pack ice floating in the harbour in the background.

Newfoundland Saltbox home with rootceller.

Canada - Newfoundland Saltbox home with a root cellar. It was used for storing the vegetable harvest and preserves throughout the long winter

Gander Newfoundland on 911 taking Americans  Gander has a population of 10,400 people and they had about 10,500 passengers to take care of from all the airplanes that were forced into Gander

Gander Newfoundland on The community opened its doors to the American planes that were in the air. Gander has a population of people and they had about passengers to take care of from all the airplanes that were forced into Gander

L’Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site. At the tip of the Great Northern Peninsula of the island of Newfoundland, the remains of an 11th-century Viking settlement are evidence of the first European presence in North America. The excavated remains of wood-framed peat-turf buildings are similar to those found in Norse Greenland and Iceland.

L’Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site. At the tip of the Great Northern Peninsula of the island of Newfoundland, the remains of an 11th-century Viking settlement are evidence of the first European presence in North America. The excavated remains of wood-framed peat-turf buildings are similar to those found in Norse Greenland and Iceland.

You know it's hot when the Moose need to cool off! Only on the Rock!! photo shared by NLClassifieds. #Newfoundland #Moose #Funny

I live in Alaska and I've seen mama moose bring their calves into a yard to play in these pools because they know they will be safe there. It's the neatest thing to see a brand new moose calf frolic in your yard. Pure happiness on gangly legs.

People moving a house across the sea, during resettlement of communities. Such communities as this were depopulated through resettlement programs of the provincial government between 1954 and 1975.Resettlement in Newfoundland terms was an organized approach to centralize the population into growth areas. Attempts of resettlement were thrust upon outport residents and whole communities between 1954 and 1975 which resulted in the abandonment of 300 communities and nearly 30,000 people moved.

People moving a house across the sea, during resettlement of communities. Such communities as this were depopulated through resettlement programs of the provincial government between 1954 and 1975.Resettlement in Newfoundland terms was an organized approach to centralize the population into growth areas. Attempts of resettlement were thrust upon outport residents and whole communities between 1954 and 1975 which resulted in the abandonment of 300 communities and nearly 30,000 people moved.

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