Goose Bay is now my home base again. I’ve been here a couple weeks now and I’m only now getting around to blogging about it. To tell you the truth, it’s a little weird. Well, a lot weird. As you might know if you have followed my blog, I actually lived here for a couple of years before moving to Newfoundland to pursue Journalism school. Now I’m back here in the big land working. I’m the social media coordinator for Destination Labrador.
I’m on a computer pretty much the whole day Monday-Friday so I took a little time away from the screens today to go for a drive. I visited some old stomping grounds, everything’s the same, just seeing it through fresh eyes.
Here’s some pics. Til next time!
I know, I know, the majority of my posts lately have been about ‘bergs. But hey, these are gigantic pieces of ice that drifted wayyyy down from the Arctic somewhere and are 10,000+ years old. If that’s not cool, I don’t know what is.
This is the last entry for a while about oversized ice cubes. Promise.
Then again…anything is possible. 🙂
Well hello again! It’s been a while. I’ve been busy packing (and unpacking) my life here in St. Lewis. I am in the process of moving to Goose Bay, NL , for work. I’m just waiting right now for my start date & for my apartment renos to be complete.
It was a gorgeous day in St. Lewis today, I think it topped off at 24’c, and it was windy so it made the great outdoors just lovely for exploring. I took a hike around Shoal Point and captured these images with my Mom’s camera – my gear is all packed up. I decided I’d make some Facebook timeline photos out of them so that you’d a little piece of Labrador for yourself.