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Lord's Cove, Newfoundland and Labrador

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Lord's Cove, NL

Contributed by Paulak, an ePodunk user.

January 18, 2008

Pluses:  My mother Marcellina Fitzpatrick is from Lord's Cove and lives in New York. The pluses are I get to travel there every few years see the family absolutely wonderful scenery but most of all a hard working loving community.

Minuses:  It is a far long tiring trip from Cleveland Ohio and that is what keeps me from traveling there more often.

A good place to...  It is a great place to bring your family and breath fresh air and see the country side in a whole different light. The head is spectacular to look over the water, the wharf is a wonderful place that you can sit and remember when your grandfather used to fish to make his living and a great deal still do.

 My name is Paula (Cannizzaro) Kolp
I live in Cleveland Ohio and would recommend to anyone if you want to see a great different scenery go to Newfoundland.

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