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post #1 of 13 Old 09-27-2010, 04:52 PM Thread Starter
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Just thought I would share a few photos of the gorgeous sites that my 12 year old daughter and I are enjoying here in Newfoundland, Canada. I'm no professional photographer, but the sites here could make anyone look like a pro behind the camera.
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Beautiful looking, thanks for sharing.
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Thanks Ken, that is one of my must-see places.

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Beautiful pics Ken. Looks like a good place to fish.
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Beautiful pics Ken. Looks like a good place to fish.
That's one of the reasons that I came down here Mike. Cod fishing season started on Saturday so my father, uncle, aunt and I went out to see if we could have some luck. We got quite a few smaller ones and I landed this one after quite a workout to get it up to the surface. Love fishing.........especially in Newfoundland.
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Dang, That looks like some good eatin! Enjoyed your pics. Thanks for posting them Ken.

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Great looking dinner...

Nice pix, thanks for sharing.

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Ken, that is one beautiful place. If I were younger I believe I would move up in Canada somewhere, I have yet to see a place up there that isn't beautiful. That is one fine fish, that is one of the things I love to do also. Thanks for sharing your pictures.

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Thanks for sharing the pic's of your trip.Beautiful place and no litter.Pristine or what?Itchy

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Nice fish! I am getting ready to hit the salmon run in northern Indiana in a few weeks myself right after elk season which kicks off this weekend. I can't wait. Beautiful pics to. I bet its pretty up there especially this time of year.
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Thanks guys. It is beautiful here. I intend on retiring here in the years to come. It's nice to live in a place where no one is in a hurry, everyone says hello, and smog is something that just doesn't exist. It's also nice to see my parents and other relatives. I'll try to post a few more photos a little later.

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Thanks guys. It is beautiful here. I intend on retiring here in the years to come. It's nice to live in a place where no one is in a hurry, everyone says hello, and smog is something that just doesn't exist. It's also nice to see my parents and other relatives. I'll try to post a few more photos a little later.
Wow buddy, you better keep that under your hat, you will half the USA moving up there.

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Very beautiful. The place................ and the intention to retire there. Indeed.

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