Iceberg adventure

Hey everyone! If you follow me on twitter (like you should haha) you would know that I was out Iceberg hunting this morning! Man what a trip! It was gorgeous beyond imagination. Dad got a lend of his friend Keith’s boat (thanks Keith!) and we took a quick trip out around Fisherman’s Point and found a whopper of an Iceberg.

The Iceberg featured in this slideshow was a lot bigger then this, but if you look closely at the top edges you’ll notice how jagged the U shape is, that’s because it “foundered” early on this week. This one was floating around Battle Harbour for about a week now from what I can gather.

After we got some good shots, Dad asked if I wanted to go over to Battle Harbour, “We’re already half-way there!” he said. How could I possibly decline? 😉

Enjoy the photos, and by all means comment!

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Hot crow

I’m hoping that’s not a less-than-kosher saying in other parts of the world, I simply combined two things that I took notice to today; the heat and a crow. Though I can’t show you a picture of the heat, I’ve attached Ms. Crow.  It got up to 35’c here at one point today – for those who shiver when they think of Labrador, the joke’s on you lol.

Enjoy the pics. Be back later.


Iceberg Alley

The following photos were taken from Fisherman’s Point in St. Lewis today. There are currently three Icebergs between here and Battle Harbour – just floatin’ along happily down Iceberg Alley. Look for more updated pictures soon, will be going out in boat within the next couple of days.


We was on a raft, on the way up the bay;

Not really, we went in my car. That’s kind of an inside joke between my friend Jody and I. Here’s some photos from a mini-roadtrip my Mom and I took to St. Lewis’ Bay today. There’s more in Flickr, check out the side bar!

Hope you all had a great weekend!