Job for a Newfoundland Dog

Newfoundland dogs pull trees on a tree farm in Keswick Ridge, New Brunswick. Families cut their tree and have it pulled out by a Newfoundland. The tree pull is organized by the Atlantic Newfoundland Club.   Submitted By: NULL

Grin and Bear It

During a recent trip on the Trans-Labrador Highway near the Miron River, we came upon this fella in the middle of the road. He lumbered down the slope but came back up as we began to pass by and gave us an opportunity for this picture…maybe too close for comfort.   Submitted By: Daryll Lambert

Sunset on the TLH

On a recent trip to Wabush, we had an opportunity to travel on the newly maintained highway to Churchill Falls. This was taken at sunset one night mid July…fantastic sunsets in this part of Labrador if you are lucky enough to stop and catch it!   Submitted By: Daryll Lambert

Playing the Spoons

This photo was taken on the 29th of August 2009 while on vacation in Corner Brook, NL at the “Newfoundland Emporium” store. The picture is of my nine-year-old cousin, Zachary Brown of Lantz, NS. He was playing the spoons while the store’s Newfoundland dog, “Florizel” sat idly by watching. Photo was taken by Ashley Grandy,…