October 8, 2014
Over the next couple months, I’ll be posting some videos from our summer adventures. The first one is 7 minutes long and covers the our trip from Nova Scotia to Newfoundland, then on to Labrador. Please let me know if you have any problems with viewing it.
“We met up with the Nordhavn 55 Adventure and our friends Brad and Lorraine in Little Harbor, Cape Breton, where we hid from Hurricane Arthur. We then cruised together up the Cape Breton Peninsula and on to Newfoundland’s Bay of Islands and Bonne Bay before heading in different directions. Adventure went on to circumnavigate Newfoundland while we met up the N68 Migration to head to Labrador and Greenland.”
Due to a bug in WordPress, those of you who receive blog updates via email may have noticed that the links to some of the photos in our last update did not work – if you clicked on a photo to enlarge it, you got a Page not Found error. I’ve included those photos again and hope that the links work this time – please let me know if they don’t!
#1 by Bob Edey on October 8, 2014 - 6:42 pm
Great night at the movie thank you, once again had me breaking out in a cold sweat hoping Murphy’s Law didn’t kick in and the beautiful combination wrench without lanyard used to repair the anchor roller didn’t slip and plunge 1000 ft to the bottom. And the still photos worked too no problem opening them.
Was the john sitting on the rock for shitting really so well anchored with two little planks that it could with stand those howling winds or was that some sort of digital manipulating of the scene, if so the toilet paper was a touch of genius by the director or was it the producer. Waiting for the sequel! Bob
#2 by Anonymous on October 8, 2014 - 8:44 am
Thanks for welcoming our friends Annette and Anthony on Magnolia. Perhaps our paths will cross as we head south from Maine in about a week. Nancy Hames
#3 by MacDonald-Miller, Dee on October 8, 2014 - 7:50 am
so enjoyed all of your pictures and blogs- my father and ancestors are from nova scotia and newfoundland so it was particularly meaningful- when will we see you in DC?