It’s time for our annual road trip, and once again we are bound for Newfoundland. In case you’re wondering why we would head there for the third time in five years, check out this post on the website of the Newfoundland & Labrador Tourism Bureau: Famous Icebergs of Newfoundland & Labrador.
As the ice in the Arctic ocean breaks up, giant icebergs drift down the coast, often congregating in bays and outlets along the coast of Newfoundland. We decided that this was the year to check them out!
According to the website icebergfinder.com, there are currently 77 icebergs lurking near our destination.
Only crazy people from Minnesota would drive 2500 miles to see icebergs after an interminably long winter!
Guilty, as charged.
Watch this space for more adventures!
Image credits: The Iceberg Festival, Town of St. Anthony
Any chance to get a picture of a guy playing a mandolin while he’s sitting on top of an iceberg? Just … asking.