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Newfoundland: Sea, Solitude And Song w/Video

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Newfoundland: Sea, Solitude And Song There’s something about Newfoundland, Canada, that gets under your skin. I think it comes from the disarmingly warm and open people. And it comes from the aching loneliness of the surrounding sea where Lilliputian villages snuggle against the craggy faces of mighty cliffs. “Give us a song,” the dark-haired beauty called out from the doorway ... Read More »

Nantucket Video PostCard-Poets, Whales and Celebrities

Nantucket Video PostCard-Poets, Whales and Celebrities (Please watch the 1-minute, sound-rich Nantucket Travel Video PostCard at the end of this post) Nantucket Island is one of those places where the images linger long after the visit. This small island, approximately 12 miles long and maybe 5 miles wide, was once the third largest city in Massachusetts, only Salem and Boston ... Read More »

Newfoundland: Mists, Sea and Dance

Newfoundland Mists, Sea and Dance “Give us song,” the dark-haired beauty called out from the doorway of one of the many Celtic pubs and taverns in St. John’s, Newfoundland’s upbeat capital. The young men sitting around the table smiled, and the patrons hoisted drinks and called for a song. “Give us a tune,” she laughed boldly, tossing her hair carelessly. ... Read More »

Halifax: Maritime Music, Museums and More

“God Himself could not sink this ship.” A Crewman of the Titanic to Mrs. Albert Campbell, as she boarded the ship in Southhampton, England, April 10, 1918 Halifax, the pocket-size capital of Nova Scotia, has borne the brunt of huge tragedies and most of them maritime. On December 6, 1917, the city was a jumping-off station for supply ships ferrying ... Read More »

Give Us a Song, Newfoundland

Give Us a Song, Newfoundland! “Give us song,” the dark-haired beauty called out from the doorway of one of the many Celtic pubs and taverns in St. John’s, Newfoundland’s upbeat capital. The young men sitting around the table smiled, and the patrons hoisted drinks and called for a song. “Give us a tune,” she laughed boldly, tossing her hair carelessly. ... Read More »

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