Part of Atlantic Canada's intrigue is the region's unpredictable and fast-changing weather. From days of digging out after snowstorms in winter, to weathering high winds during hurricane season, Atlantic Canadians are accustomed to making the best of bad situations.
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Dory Endures Nature's Fury (3415 views) A photo of our dory at our cabin at Shoal Point, on the Port au Port Peninsula. A caption might be "our trusty (but heavy) old dory can handle all kinds of weather, including on the beach."
Bill Duffenais Kingston, ON
Flanders Coming Out of the Fog
This picture I have here was taken just a couple of days ago here off the dock on Bell Island. We had a few days of heavy fog on the sea, so I thought this picture would be cool to take. The Flanders coming out of the fog.