Saturday, June 21, 2008

 

Be a tourist at home in Labrador

http://www.releases.gov.nl.ca/releases/2006/tcr/0601n04.htm

While I think the be a tourist at home is an innovative way to combat high travel expenses this year. I think we should go one step further and actually promote Labrador the land that Cain forgot supposedly.

Lets not make the same mistake. There is so much to see and do in Labrador. The fishing in Labrador makes the fishing on the island pale in comparison as one example.

The aboriginal communities and culture in Labrador is another area that Labrador excels over the Island.

Who ever said NL doesn't have any mountains has never seen the Mealy mountains or Torngats. Considering this is only what was left after the tops were ground of by glaciers makes one wonder just how big they actually were. Maybe some entrepreneurial artist could do a rendition of said mountains before the great saw off. I would really like to see that and then look upon what is left.

Porcupine Strand is a sight to behold and a pleasure to lounge on.

There is nowhere better to take in the wonder of the Northern Lights Aurora Borealis.

Historic Battle Harbour is but a hop skip and a jump across the Straight Jacket of Belle Isle.

One of the worlds largest Hydro generating plants at the Upper Churchill.

Moravian Missions, Bake apple cloud berries, wide open spaces, back to nature,
It might be a little too late this year seeing as most of the literature and campaign ads have already been made and distributed. But definitely the year that the TLH opens this should be a top priority and every year really we have our own great outdoors and it should be promoted as such the Big land!

So this year be a tourist in Labrador!

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