Polar Bears are frequent visitors to Newfoundland, with most of them usually showing up in the late winter and early spring. With changes in arctic weather patterns and ice conditions, polar bears are being spotted more than ever before in Newfoundland. Specifically, ice conditions in the Labrador straight have a lot to do with this.
Just when you thought the Atlantic Puffin couldn’t get any cooler, researchers discover puffins use tools, and it’s not just
If you’re tired of making New Year’s resolutions that seem hollow and pointless, you’re not alone. Every year, thousands of people ring in the New Year resolute to make changes in their lives that often don’t materialize, or worse, don’t matter. It’s easy to say you will do this or that, but when it comes down to following through, it’s not always so easy. Making a New Year’s resolutions is a personal decision that takes a little bit of planning and insight, not something you want to be making up as you go with a glass of wine in your hand during the countdown to midnight.
Are you planning a visit to Newfoundland’s famous East Coast Trail? Wondering what to expect when hiking the East Coast of Newfoundland or what types of animals you may encounter along the way? This Newfoundland East Coast Trail list of Frequently Asked Questions will help you prepare for your next East Coast Trail hike and ensure you have a world-class Newfoundland East Coast Trail hiking adventure.
With the opening of the Jigger in Bay Bulls, this adds another restaurant to the mix of great places to eat in the Bay Bulls, Witless Bay, Mobile, and Witless Bay Ecological Reserve at large.
At the Whale House you can enjoy the hot tub all year long. During the cold winter months, soaking in a hot tub gets even better. There are many more benefits than simply thawing your frozen feet.
If the essence of your life isn’t the pursuit of joy and exploration, take a moment to reevaluate what the heck you’re doing. At the very least, be sure to frequently get out from behind your desk or take a deep breath and jump out of your fishbowl so that you can, at least for a moment, look from the outside in. You will be amazed at what you will see and how it will change your perspectives. We just want you to be happy.
We’re betting against the coal in our stocking that the bulk of what most people received last year doesn’t even make it into their memories, and that’s a shame when you consider the time, energy, and money North Americans spend on Christmas presents every year.
1: Cash Who doesn’t like money? As a child, you probably have some fond memories of opening a birthday card
With the cooler autumn temperatures and the trees expressing vibrant fall colours, berry pickers are coming out in droves for