Tuesday, April 17, 2012

O is for Old Bonaventure


Old Bonaventure


In Trinity Bay on Newfoundland's East coast, just around the corner from New Bonaventure, is Old Bonaventure.


Other Newfoundland O's:
O'Brien, Ocean Pond, Ochre Pit Cove, Occasional Harbour, Oderin, O'Donnells, Okak, Old Mill, Old Perlican, Old Shop, Open Hall, Opocopa, O'Regan's, Oreway, Osmond, Otterbury, Otter's Point, Our Harbour, Outer Cove

22 comments:

  1. Occasional Harbour. You've got to wonder how that name came about.

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    1. I'm sure I can think of something :)

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  2. Howdy- Baygirl32!

    Still going strong I see! Me too!

    Still loving those pics! wow!

    http://bettyalark.blogspot.com/

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  3. I love this photo Bay Girl, it looks beautiful.

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  4. My in-laws vacation in Maine and into Canada every summer. I wonder if they've been to any of these small towns? Will have to ask them.

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    1. if they made it to Newfoundland they have been in at least 1 small town (Maine is very pretty too)

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  5. What a beautiful photo. This sounds like a quaint place to visit. I am a new follower from the challenge.

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    1. thanks! hope you are enjoying the challenge as much as I am!

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  6. That is one picturesque spot.

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    1. I love how different parts of the island look so different!

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  7. What a beautiful place. It looks very isolated and like a nice place to visit. Camera in hand of course!

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  8. My grandmother Amy (Verge) Hiscock was born and grew up in Old Bonaventure before moving to Halifax, NS and marrying my grandfather William Hiscock from Trinity. I visited Old Bonaventure and trinity in 2006 and met some relatives. Loved it.
    Jean

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