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Jacqueline
Jacqueline
RT @alanthomasdoyle: “I’m gonna beat the face off a salt meat poutine.” Overheard in food truck line at lunch. I Loves Home. #newfoundland…

James Piecowye
James Piecowye
RT @alanthomasdoyle: “I’m gonna beat the face off a salt meat poutine.” Overheard in food truck line at lunch. I Loves Home. #newfoundland…

Gloriously Horrible
Gloriously Horrible
Watching @hudsonandrex and missing my hometown something fierce! #stjohns https://t.co/Eemz2DVERs

NL Chocolate Company
NL Chocolate Company
Thank you @PremierofNL for taking the time to come to our Grand Opening today and showing your wonderful support to… https://t.co/fWOM9WnUPm

Reta
Reta
This evening's sunset was spectacular and had plenty of tourists and locals alike taking it all in.

Gloriously Horrible
Gloriously Horrible
This evening's sky just before sunset. #newfoundland #CormackNL #photography #rural https://t.co/7WPE9vS9hM

Patrick Mark Smith
Patrick Mark Smith
RT @FossilRod: #Graptolites were small colonial animals that lived from the #Cambrian to the #Carboniferous; these #Ordovician colonies wer…

Jenn Schanz
Jenn Schanz
#Newfoundland, you are breathtaking! https://t.co/PzbYP1q0nT

Gordon Neighbour
Gordon Neighbour
RT @FossilRod: #Graptolites were small colonial animals that lived from the #Cambrian to the #Carboniferous; these #Ordovician colonies wer…

Jason The Palaeobabbler Sherburn
Jason The Palaeobabbler Sherburn
RT @FossilRod: #Graptolites were small colonial animals that lived from the #Cambrian to the #Carboniferous; these #Ordovician colonies wer…