Newfoundland Botanical Garden. Our walk only took in a small part of this large property but we certainly enjoyed the part that we were able to see. Sometimes one does think of Newfoundland as The Rock so that one can almost think of a botanical garden as being a bit of a contradiction in terms but there is indeed interesting plant life especially due to the unique geography of Newfoundland. Some plants were ones we see here in coastal British Columbia and not in Central Canada for instance. Plants that had stopped blooming here long ago were still blooming there as well. And of course there are those blueberries. To learn more visit the garden's very good site.
Heritage Shops, and the Craft Council Shop, Devon House.
Murray's Pond Hunting and Fishing Club in Portugal Cove. The picture is from there.
Nate Gates. You just have to love it.
I thought that I would finish the story today but Newfoundland Part 4 will be the end, I promise.