Tag: St. Lewis

Fall Beginnings

I took a trip home to St. Lewis to spend Thanksgiving with my family. It was really nice to spend time in the shed with dad, and to spend time crafting with mom. And I mean, the turkey dinner wasn’t too shabby either. Here’s some photos from recently. Cheers; M.

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In Loving Memory.

Today was my pop’s birthday, he died in 2011. I still miss him everyday, and it’s especially hard when I’m home for the holidays. Today my Dad and I went for a boil-up at Black Hill Pond, I never officially ‘declared’ it, but I wanted to do it in memory of my pop and all…

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Otherside

Title totally inspired by the song that I’ve been singing all day – Otherside, Red Hot Chili Peppers. Here’s some snaps from this weekends road trip to St. Lewis. M.

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A good time was had by all.

This is being written from my childhood bedroom in St. Lewis. Yep, you guessed it, I’m home for Christmas. It’s not as Christmassy here as it is in Goose Bay, we’ve had a nice bit of rain, and it’s still raining. But honestly, a white Christmas is not that important anymore. I’ve come to realize…

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Head in the clouds.

Occasionally I’ll do a virtual flip-through of my image catalog and find some real gems. Not much to say tonight, so here’s some of my favorite cloud shots from 2005. These were taken with my first ever digital camera, a Kodak EasyShare CX6445. I didn’t even have to look back at the name because it’s…

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Labour day weekend

This post has obviously been delayed. Last weekend I took a trip back home to spend time with my family, I had an extra day off work and therefore an extra day that could be used for travel. I left Goose Bay at 12 p.m. and arrived in St. Lewis 6 p.m. Not too bad.…

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Sick of Icebergs yet?

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…

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Timeline photos

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…

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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…

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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…

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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. M.

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