Bonavista is still the place to go!

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Elliston, April 11, 2016

 

Fishing vessels, the “Aiden Isabella” and the “Cupids Clipper”, are seen by Eric Abbott, steaming past one of the three icebergs still grounded in Bonavista, Elliston and Mabery areas. I name all communities because the bergs are so big and so far off show they can be seen for miles from many directions.

Residents and visitors to the Bonavista Peninsula continue to share great photos to our Facebook page documenting the now three months since the large tabular iceberg first arrived.

We continue to pick up Facebook members and collect Twitter fans @NLIcebergReport.

One of our new followers is Jon Joy with Tuckamore Discoveries . Jon is hiking the peninsula already and knows all the best vistas for photography and sightseeing.

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Tabular iceberg as seen from Little Catalina by Jon Joy. April 12, 2016

On the Maberly to Little Catalina hike Jon got a great shot of a 65 foot longliner fishing boat sailing near the iceberg. This sure puts it all in perspective.

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Jon Joy from Tuckamore Discoveries. Little Catalina, Newfoundland. April 2016

We have more pictures of the 3 current icebergs on the Facebook page and some nice past shots. In another month, it will be current iceberg information only to facilitate the sharing of accurate information.

Feel free to share information with your friend planning trips to Newfoundland!

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