We lose the flavour of walking if it becomes too rare or too extraordinary, if it turns into an expedition; rather it should be quite ordinary, unexceptional, just what we do.  In Praise  of Walking Thomas A. Clark

Musgrave Harbour on a cold January day.

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Canoe Rocks

A trek to the top of Doctor’s Hill in Comfort Cove gives us this great view.

Devil’s Eyebrow

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Whites’ Wharf on a Winter’s Day

How simple and frugal a thing is happiness: a glass of wine, a roasted chestnut, a wretched little brazier, the sound of the sea.  Nikos Kazantzakis

…………and then came the ice storm in Comfort Cove February 2016

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Summerford Hiking Trail with two of my little peeps.

Children are certainly too good to be true. Robert Louis Stephenson

We must take adventures in order to know where we truly belong. Author Unknown

Trekking through Italy and England in May.

Isle of Capri

Venice

Copthorne area, England

London, England

……and I am pleasantly surprised that we can walk all over the city.  We walked to Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, the Tower of Big Ben …just everywhere…and we walked back from the theater at night. We were tired from trekking but really enjoyed the show, Motown and all that London had to offer.

Greenspond Hiking Trail

Windmill Bight

Lower Little Harbour Hike

Sunnyside Hike

We travel not to escape life, but for life not to escape us.  Another Unknown

Twillingate and Beothuck Interpretation Centre, Boyd’s Cove, NL

Today I celebrate color.  Gratitude Janice Deal, Marie D.Jones

Up and down the Viking Trail

Eastport Peninsula, NL

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a “Going Out For Business Sale” in Burnside

We walked all around Burnside and saw this unique sign.

A miracle is often the willingness to see the common in an uncommon way.  Noah benShea

Hope your Holiday Season is filled with seeing the world through new eyes.

Photos by L. & C. Fudge

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