Most Easterly Point in North America

Whenever I fly home, I love sight-seeing and touring around like I’m a new visitor. My Mom is the ideal person to tour around with because she likes to drive off and explore new areas, unlike myself where I haven’t driven past certain points as I’m afraid of getting lost.Explore-Newfoundland

One of my favourite spots to go when I’m home is Cape Spear, or otherwise known as the most easterly point in North America. With incredible views of crashing waves, the sea salt swarming the air, and the crazy gusts of wind forever messing up your hair.

The two lighthouses were built in the 1800’s, and it’s a joy to go walking around the area especially checking out the old World War 2 bunkers.

For now, I’ll let the beauty of the photographs take over. Enjoy the view.

Canadian-Flag

Looking-in-bunker

Walking-to-Lighthouse

Bunker

Cape-Spear-Bunker

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Lighthouse-and-bunker

waves

Cape-Spear-Lighthouse

Overlooking-waves

Water-and-Bunker

Cape-Spear-Trail

Going-into-bunker

Mom-with-her-camera

Cape-Spear-Lighthouses

Cape-Spear-Atlantic-Ocean

Nancy-with-Atlantic-Ocean

Have you ever visited the East Coast? Or even better — Newfoundland?

What’s your favourite time of the year?

When is the last time you explored your home town/province/state?

 

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22 Comments

  1. I am so jealous, your photos are beautiful! I absolutely love lighthouses! Now I am going to have a hard time concentrating on my last hour of work – I will be dreaming about lighthouses and the water!

  2. You are never very far from the ocean in Newfoundland and your GPS will work quite well. Awesome pictures, love the blues in the sky and the ocean.

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