Friday, October 1, 2010


Yesterday I travelled to Port Aux Basques and Rose Blanche on the south west coast of Newfoundland and Labrador. It was just a wee bit foggy on the way out (about 2 and a half hours from Corner Brook) but the fog finally cleared and the sun came out. Apparently the road from Port Aux Basques to Rose Blanche is known as the Granite Coast and it's not hard to see why. The Rose Blanche Lighthouse was designed by a Scottish Architect and was indeed made from local granite. I'll show some photo's of the inside tomorrow. Happy Weekend.


Kerry O'Gorman said...

So pretty...I love when sun breaks through the fog. I hope the Newfoundland/Labrador tourist board is seeing your posts cause its wanting me to go for sure!

knix said...

Hey Brenda...looks like you are hav'in fun. I've had a couple of calls on the craft fair and I need a contact number for you if you could please. Phone number of email.

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Shammickite said...

Wonderful pictures. I'm not from NF but I visit as often as I can and I shall be bookmarking your blog so I can see the lovely places that you visit.

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