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iceberg hunting in Ferryland, NL-1

By Lori King in Newfoundland 370 views 8th May, 2023 Video Duration: N/A
Iceberg Hunting in Ferryland, Nl
Icebergs float down the coast of Newfoundland very year! Some years are better than others and this year is shaping up to be an epic year! Icebergs are mesmerizing and beautiful! Funny thing is that as child I never once thought of going out in a boat to get a closer look or driving an hour away in hopes of getting a better glimpse! Tourists and locals love them! Whatcha waiting for? Come on and visit!

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  • Icebergs seems to have their own personalities. Each one unique.
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    Diana Mohrsen Absolutely ! They are so incredibly beautiful! This one is actually much bigger that it looks!
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  • I was in Ferryland NL last year! Not at iceberg time though. Such a nice community and I was so interested in the archaeological site there.
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    Kim Kenyon Yes! it's a sweet little town along the Irish Loop. So much history there! There are usually bergs there every year but last year thereKim Kenyon Yes! it's a sweet little town along the Irish Loop. So much history there! There are usually bergs there every year but last year there weren't many around! This year there is more in general!   More ...
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  • Lori King I was there in October, so perhaps not the right time for bergs. Next time I visit NL it will be in spring or summer.
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    Kim Kenyon No icebergs in the fall unfortunately. The fall is lovely though! Where did you visit?
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  • Lori King I was there last October for the first time for a conference in St. John's NL. I took some extra days and did all the fun St. John'sLori King I was there last October for the first time for a conference in St. John's NL. I took some extra days and did all the fun St. John's activities such as Signal Hill, Jelly Row, the Rooms, historical sites, waterfront, George St. HEY, I am an honorary Newfie too (most proud of this!) as I got screeched in at Trapper John's Museum and Pub and have the certificate. Visited Quidi Vidi, Petty Harbour, Cape Spear Lighthouse and Historic Park. Then I drove the Irish Loop south from St. John's around the Avalon Peninsula, stopping at all the little villages along the way.

    Therefore, I get very excited when I see yours and Cora Lee's posts and I recognize a place as -- I was there! I was there I was there! Then ever so curious to see and read about all the places I did not have the time to visit. Next time: Icebergs, puffins, more trails and water adventures and trips to the north!
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    Kim Kenyon WOW!! You covered a lot of ground! There is so much to see here... Now that you are a Newfoundlander you must come back and visit again! IKim Kenyon WOW!! You covered a lot of ground! There is so much to see here... Now that you are a Newfoundlander you must come back and visit again! I would be delighted if you followed me on FB. The locals post all the time about what's going on in the province. The group is called StaycationNL- Your guide to the good spots in NL  More ...
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