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Jean Knowles
Cultural interpreter and photographer specializing in Canada's Atlantic Region
Cultural interpreter and photographer specializing in Canada's Atlantic Region
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The latest from Adventures on the Eastern Edge:

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The Whales Are Back!


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The latest from Adventures on the Eastern Edge.

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It's a great year for icebergs!
Waterline of Bay Bulls iceberg The past few years have been exceptional for iceberg watchers. Hundreds of bergs have made their way down the Labrador Current, drifting south along the coast of Newfoundland and Labrador. 2016, in particular, has seen an unus...

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The latest from Adventures on the Eastern Edge.

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Cruising down the Saint Lawrence (Part 3) Cape Breton and St. Pierre
Skyline Trail, Cape Breton Highlands National Park Cape Breton Island forms the most easterly portion of Nova Scotia -- connected to the mainland by a causeway completed in 1955. It's still a land apart by most measures, though, with a different way of look...

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The latest from Adventures on the Eastern Edge.

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Cruising down the Saint Lawrence (Part 2) Bonaventure Island and PEI
Gannets on Bonaventure Island Continuing down the Saint Lawrence after a stop at Métis-sur-Mer, we arrived at Gaspé for a visit to Forillon National Park . There were options for walks of various lengths and degrees of difficulty, or time in the town for a ...

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The latest from Adventures on the Eastern Edge.

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Cruising down the Saint Lawrence (Part 1)
Leaving Quebec City The first day of June dawned sunny and mild; a group of stalwart travellers set forth from the Fairmont Chateau Frontenac to explore the beautiful and historic city of Quebec, the only surviving walled city in North America north of Mexi...
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