Chapel Head

This picture was taken in Norman’s Cove on a warm summer’s day in August. It is called Chapel Head. On the other side of this head is a walking trail used by many people, plus three cemeteries that are still used today.   Submitted By: ida newhook

A Man’s Face

I picked up this piece of glass at Bar Haven, next to Woody Island, Placentia Bay on Sept 4, 2006. Does anybody know what this was used for at the time? Maybe an ashtray? It’s about 5 inches high.   Submitted By: ida newhook

Charlee

Charlee loves to get her picture taken holding her doll. She also loves to get dressed up for an outing with her mom, April Reid of Chapel Arm.   Submitted By: ida newhook

Full of Fish

This was the scene near SmithÂ’s wharf in NormanÂ’s Cove, Newfoundland during the 1950s and ‘60s. The flake does not exist today.   Submitted By: ida newhook

The Warrens

This is a picture of my grandparents (Emily Maude and Ambrose Warren). In the middle is their daughter and my Aunt Lizzie. This picture was taken in Chapel Arm around 1958. Notice the old church in the background. ida newhook   Submitted By: ida newhook

Elephant Tree

I went for a walk one day and saw this tree that reminded me of a baby elephant behind its mother’s leg. Ida Newhook   Submitted By: ida newhook

The Elephant Tree

While walking along Pond Side Trail in Norman’s Cove-Long Cove, I saw this tree which looked like a baby elephant hiding behind its mother’s leg. Ida Newhook   Submitted By: ida newhook

Smith’s Wharf

This picture was taken in Norman’s Cove in 1974. Everyone called it Smith’s Wharf. Look carefully and you will see the legs of a fisherman under the roof of the small shed. Ida Newhook Norman’s Cove   Submitted By: ida newhook

Trap Cleaning on Beach

in 1975 the Newhook brothers, Wallace, Rex and Otto, worked together with their Uncle Garfield to haul their trap on the beach in Norman’s Cove and clean it before putting it back in the water.   Submitted By: ida newhook