Saturday, April 14, 2012

M is for Musgrave Harbour


Musgrave Harbour


Originally named Muddy Hole in 1834, Musgrave Harbour was renamed in 1886 in honour of Governor Anthony Musgrave.


Maybe another M would float your boat?
Maberly, Maccles, Maddox Cove, Mahers, Maidstone, Main Brook, Main Point, Mainland, Maskinsons, Makkovik, Mall Bay, Man of War Cove, Manuels, Maple Valley, Margaree, Markland, Marquise, Marystown, Marysvale, Masons Cove, Massey Drive, Mattis Point, McCallum, McIver's, Meadows, Melrose, Menihek, Merasheen, Mercer's Cove, Merriett's Harbour, Michael's Harbour, Middle Arm, Middle Amherst Cove, Middle Gut, Miles Cove, Millertown, Mills Siding, Milltown, Millville, Milton, Ming's Bight, Mistaken Cove, Mobile, Monchy, Molliers, Monkstown, Montoe, Moore's Cove, Mooring Cove, Moreton's Harbour, Morley's Siding, Morrisville, Mortier, Mose Ambrose, Mosquito, Mount Arlington, Mount Carmel, Mount Moriah, Mount Pearl, Mouse Island, Mud Lake, Muddy Bay, Muddy Hole, Murphys Cove, Musgravetown

19 comments:

  1. That harbour photo makes it seem so beautiful, great post Bay Girl.

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  2. I love the reflections on the water.

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  3. So many M's! Beautiful photograph.

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  4. Really like the photo - very rich colors.

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    1. for some reason I love boat pictures :)

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  5. This is gorgeous, would love to just sit and stare out at this view.

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    1. make sure to bundle up warmly though (its colder than it looks)

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  6. Blue sky and reflection in the water... a whole lotta blue!

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  7. I like your blog theme so much I may have to do something similar about Colorado next year. Your photos are lovely.

    Patricia Stoltey

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    1. Can't wait to see it next year! (isn't it wild we're not even through this one,and already planning the next -I have my theme selected too :)

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  8. That blue is breathtaking in your photo. I would love to be around the water like that. Cheers to being halfway through the challenge!

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  9. Wow! That is so beautiful! I'm thinking I like the name "muddy hole" better though...

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