8300 miles from St. Louis to Maine to Nova Scotia to Newfoundland and back again. If you have experienced Maine … Continue reading Best of Newfoundland
We adopted our Malamute/Husky Nicky from a shelter in Illinois, shortly before we headed out for a trip to Newfoundland … Continue reading A Dog’s (Nicky’s) Life in Newfoundland
Newfoundland has been called the “Patagonia of geology.”
The geologic history is enormously complex, but to understand some of it, nothing substitutes for visually observing the rock, plant, and animal history on display in Canada’s national parks. Continue reading “Rockorama”
Whales and wildlife are everywhere in Newfoundland. Betsy and I have experience observing whales from Antarctica to … Continue reading Whaleorama
Hitting the road in the morning requires some amount of revving up, especially if we are in the rain, haven’t … Continue reading Morning Van Playlist (A little retro)
Without fanfare, Newfoundland exhibits stunning wildlife, physical geology, and flora day-to-day. We have encountered very few Americans in Newfoundland, yet … Continue reading Puffinorama
We have adopted a ritual that our friend Bill Pollak started on his roadtrips, which is to play Willie Nelson’s … Continue reading On the road again….