Sense and Simplicity - L'Anse aux Meadows a Viking village in northern Newfoundland

Sense and Simplicity - a Viking village in L'Anse aux Meadows, northern Newfoundland

Pre-Confederation penny from Newfoundland - Newfoundland was a separate British colony and then dominion until 1949, when it joined Canadian Confederation.

Pre-Confederation penny from Newfoundland - Newfoundland was a separate British colony and then dominion until when it joined Canadian Confederation.

http://ift.tt/1kqOJCy A Lighthouse in the Window by doloresharveyhttp://ift.tt/1hzgHxl

A Lighthouse in the Window-Cape Race Lighthouse, Newfoundland, contains one of the most powerful lights in the world. It is the first and last light seen by ships crossing the Atlantic Ocean.

From the exotic island of Newfoundland, Canada: 'Bakeapples' or cloudberries. They are uniquely delicious

Cloudberries - native to Scandinavia and other arctic regions - popular in Norwegian and Swedish deserts. Ohmygosh, more fun fruit for me to try!

Salvage, Newfoundland, Canada

I live on the west coast, and visiting the east coast is definitely something I want to do.

I told my husband that I hope to see some handmade quilts on a clothesline in Newfoundland... all the beautiful colours, patterns/shapes and scenery really inspire me. :)

I told my husband that I hope to see some handmade quilts on a clothesline in Newfoundland. all the beautiful colours, patterns/shapes and scenery really inspire me.

Molasses Raisin Tea Buns ~ combine AP flour, sugar, baking powder and baking soda, cinnamon, nutmeg; cut in butter; stir in raisins; add molasses, milk and vanilla extract and mix to form a dough; roll to 1" thick, cut buns and place in baking pan; bake until done, cool slightly and serve warm or store until serving time, enjoy!

Newfoundland Molasses Raisin Tea Buns

Little girl & giant dog play impressive game of hide-n-seek!

Little Girl & Giant Dog Play Impressive Game of Hide ‘n Seek!

The Fighting Newfoundlander monument at Bowering Park stands in recognition of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment - the "Blue Puttees" - (the only Canadian unit) at Gallipoli and later at Beaumont Hamel where 710 of the 801 officers and men who took part in the assault were casualties.The monument was unveiled on September 13, 1922 in Bowring Park as a memorial to the Newfoundland soldiers who fought in World War I.

The Fighting Newfoundlander monument at Bowering Park stands in recognition of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment - the "Blue Puttees"

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

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