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Coastal Living Quebec Canada

So many places along the Gaspesie Peninsula of Quebec, Canada show the true sense of coastal living. One such place is found in Forillon National Park along highway 132 in Quebec in the form of Mr Xavier Blanchette's House.

Mr Xavier Blanchette's House (a fisherman and farmer - 1871 to 1953), Anse-Blanchette, Gaspe Bay, Forillon National Park, South Area, Land's End, Gaspesie, Gaspesie Peninsula, Highway 132, Quebec, Canada.
St Juliens Harbour Newfoundland

Fishing stages and resident homes decorate the harbour of St. Julien's on the Great Northern Peninsula in Newfoundland, Canada.

Along the coastline of St Juliens on the Great Northern Peninsula in Newfoundland, Canada, homes sit upon the hillside and fishing stages line the banks of the harbour. Just outside the entrance to St. Julien's harbour, scattered pieces of pack ice ...
Peggys Cove Town St Margarets Bay Nova Scotia

Small fishing boats and heritage buildings line the waterfront of the town of Peggy's Cove in St. Margarets Bay in Nova Scotia, Canada.

A popular tourist location is the small fishing town of Peggy's Cove in St. Margarets Bay in Nova Scotia, Canada where unique houses and buildings line the coastal shores. A town rich in cultural and heritage, the activities for visitors is endless ...
Charming houses downtown St John's (aka Jelly Bean Row) St John's Harbour St John's Bay

Charming houses in downtown St John's (aka Jelly Bean Row), St John's Harbour, St John's Bay, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Newfoundland Labrador, Canada.

This photo shows a colorful row of charming houses in downtown St John's (aka Jelly Bean Row), St John's Harbour, St John's Bay, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Newfoundland Labrador, Canada. A view leading uphill showing bright red, sunny yellow and soft ...
Historic House Woodside National Historic Site Kitchener Ontario

This historic house located in Woodside National Historic Site in Kitchener, Ontario was once home to Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King during his childhood years.

This historic house situated at the Woodside National Historic Site in Kitchener, Ontario was once a childhood home to Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King. Visitors to this historic site can tour through the house which has been restored t ...
Colorful Homes Jelly Bean Row St Johns Newfoundland

In the downtown area of St. Johns, Newfoundland, visitors can stroll along Jelly Bean Row to admire the unique and colorful homes.

Colorful homes decorate Jelly Bean Row, a unique street located in the downtown area of the city of St John's, Newfoundland in Canada. Each one of the homeowners paints their house in their own colorful hues giving off the appearance of a row of jelly beans making this ...
Locke Homestead With Lawn Furniture Lockeport Nova Scotia

A colorful display of lawn furniture sits outside the historic Locke Homestead in the town of Lockeport in Nova Scotia, Canada.

The beautiful architecture of the Locke Homestead in the town of Lockeport, Nova Scotia, towers over the manicured landscape where a display of colorful lawn furniture sits. Constructed in 1876 for Captain Henry Locke, it was later purchased in 1892 ...
Guest Bedroom Window Barbour Living Heritage Village Newfoundland

The guest bedroom window at the Alpaheus Barbour House at the Barbour Living Heritage Village in Newfoundland, Canada is adorned with an antique typewriter, lantern and a view of another historic building.

When touring the Alphaeus Barbour House at the Barbour Living Heritage Village in Newfoundland, Canada, the guest bedroom window looks out over a yellow and green building. On a table inside the window, there is an antique typewriter, an old lant ...
Battle Harbour Waterfront Houses Southern Labrador

Along the waterfront of Battle Harbour in Southern Labrador, Canada, many of the historic houses and old fishing stages remain in their original condition from 1775.

A mass of houses set along the waterfront in the historic fishing village of Battle Harbour in Southern Labrador, Canada were once used by the permanent residents on this island. In 1970, a fishery was opened at Battle Harbour and it was about fi ...
Fathom Five National Marine Park Shipwreck Big Tub Harbour Ontario

Sitting below the surface of the pristine colored waters in Big Tub Harbour in Fathom Five National Marine Park in Ontario, is the remains of the shipwreck known as the Sweepstakes.

Beneath the turquoise colored water of Big Tub Harbour in Fathom Five National Marine Park in Ontario, Canada, the shipwreck of the schooner Sweepstakes lays to rest. Originally being shipwrecked off Cove Island in 1885, the Sweepstakes was towed ...
Blossoming Window Potted Plants St Johns Houses Newfoundland

On the exterior of each window on the houses in the downtown core of St. John's, Newfoundland, the potted plants are blossoming in an array of brilliant hues.

Jelly Bean Row in the downtown core of St John's, Newfoundland, is a unique place to visit where each of the houses are painted in a variety of colors giving off the appearance of jelly bean colors. Below each window, in the white painted planters which ma ...
Prairie Sunset Picture Winnipeg City Manitoba Canada

On an evening like this, the prairie landscape in the City of Winnipeg in Manitoba, Canada becomes highlighted at sunset when the sky shows off its vibrant colors.

The prairie provinces of Canada produce some of the most stunning sunsets such as this one which highlights the sky over the City of Winnipeg in Manitoba, Canada. The sky is aglow in bright yellow hues which makes the hillsides appear pink in col ...
Red Potted Flowers Mennonite Heritage Village Hochfield House

The red potted flowers decorate a windowsill in the historic Hochfield House at the Mennonite Heritage Village in Steinbach, Manitoba in Canada.

Red potted flowers sitting on the windowsill inside the Hochfield House at the Mennonite Heritage Village in Steinbach, Manitoba, add a colorful edition to this historic home. The white curtains are draped nicely around the old window which looks ...
Big Tub Harbour Shipwreck Fathom Five National Marine Park

The crystal clear water in Big Tub Harbour shows the remains of a shipwreck, the Sweepstakes, a fascinating tourist attraction in Fathom Five National Marine Park in Ontario.

Fathom Five National Marine Park in Ontario, Canada is a pristine and well protected portion of Lake Huron where tourists can visit shipwrecks, historic lighthouses and beautiful beaches. In Big Tub Harbour, the shipwreck, the Sweepstakes can be ...
Waterfront House Margaretsville Bay Of Fundy Nova Scotia

Along the waterfront of the Bay of Fundy in the small town of Margaretsville, Nova Scotia, visitors can enjoy the beauty of a beach house in a tranquil setting.

Colorful flowers adorn the exterior of a house located along the waterfront in the picturesque town of Margaretsville in the Bay of Fundy in Nova Scotia, Canada. This restored wooden beach house is one of the few along the waterfront which offers ...
Jelly Bean Row Downtown St Johns Newfoundland

Each of these attached homes are painted in their own hues decorating the street in the downtown area of St. Johns, Newfoundland, many know this area as Jelly Bean Row.

These brightly colored townhouses joined together and painted in a variety of colors, sit along a street which many know as Jelly Bean Row in the downtown core of St John's, Newfoundland. Visitors to St. Johns rarely miss Jelly Bean Row as the vibrant colors easily cat ...
Sweepstakes Shipwreck Lake Huron Ontario Canada

Under the clear blue colored water of Lake Huron in Ontario, Canada sits the shipwreck known as the Sweepstakes.

The Sweepstakes shipwreck has been sitting in Tub Harbour in Fathom Five National Marine Park in Ontario, Canada since 1885 when it sunk near the city of Grand Rapids. The ship was towed into Big Tub Harbour waiting for repairs, but the ship went ...
Hiscock House Trinity Newfoundland Heritage

The exterior and gift shop at the heritage Hiscock House in the town of Trinity in the Bonavista Peninsula in Newfoundland, Canada.

The town of Trinity in Newfoundland, Canada has many heritage buildings and a stroll through the streets lets one see how time seems to have stopped. The Hiscock House, built in 1881, was home to a husband and wife who had six children. The husba ...
Slade Hart Residence Heritage Home Trinity

On the slope of the hill, the Slade/Hart Residence, a heritage home, overlooks the town of Trinity in the Bonavista Peninsula in Newfoundland, Canada.

High on the hill looking over the community of Trinity in Newfoundland, Canada, sits a heritage home, the Slade/Hart residence. Around 1840, an important merchant in the town of Trinity had this house built and twenty years later, in 1860, it was ...
Nathaniel Morris Heritage House Trinity Newfoundland

The Nathaniel Morris House is a registered heritage structure in the town of Trinity along the Discovery Trail in Newfoundland, Canada.

A registered heritage house in the town of Trinity in Newfoundland, Canada, the Nathaniel Morris House, was part of the social structure which built this town as people gathered here on a regular basis. It is said that the house was built in 1878 ...
John William Roberts House Historic Property

The facade of the John William Roberts House situated on historic property in Woody Point in Gros Morne National Park in Newfoundland, Canada.

The John William Roberts House in Woody Point in Gros Morne National Park in Newfoundland, Canada has been declared as a heritage structure, including the property around it. This house was built in 1898 and is typical of the style of house const ...
Woody Point Historic Home Newfoundland Canada

A historic home in Woody Point in Newfoundland, Canada is part of the heritage which surrounds this beautiful town.

Woody Point in Gros Morne National Park in Newfoundland, Canada is a town full of history and beauty with approximately four hundred permanent residents. This historic home is typical of the houses in the town and most of them have plenty of prop ...
Tadoussac Town St Lawrence Gulf Quebec

Beautiful homes decorate the town of Tadoussac along the Gulf of St. Lawrence in Quebec, Canada.

The quaint town of Tadoussac situated along Route des Baleines along the Gulf of St. Lawrence in Quebec, Canada, is a historic place which brings in many tourists yearly. Here you can admire the beautiful houses with front yards adorned with plan ...
Costumed Interpreters Sherbrooke Village Museum

Costumed interpreters chat outside one of the historic houses in the Sherbrooke Village Museum in Nova Scotia, Canada.

Outside one of the houses in the Sherbrooke Village Museum in Nova Scotia, Canada, costumed interpreters are available to inform visitors of their ways of life. The village dates back to the 1860's to pre-WW1 where there are about eighty building ...
Fishing Town Pack Ice Newfoundland Canada

The small fishing town of Conche in Newfoundland, Canada has their harbour filled yearly with the pack ice which has broken away from the larger icebergs.

The harbour off the fishing town of Conche in Newfoundland, Canada is fairly deep making it easy for the pack ice to find the perfect resting area where it will slowly disintegrate as the days get warmer. During late Spring and early Summer, many ...
Mailboxes Artwork St Johns Newfoundland

Residents in St. John's, Newfoundland love to decorate their mailboxes with artwork pertaining to Jellybean Row.

Some residents in the downtown area of St John's, Newfoundland decorate their mailboxes in the artwork that resembles jellybean row. Jellybean row is townhouses that are joined together and each one is painted in a different colour like the smaller version created on t ...
Josiah Henson House Dresden Ontario

Located near the town of Dresden, Ontario, is the house where Josiah Henson and his family resided and has now become a National Historic Site.

During Josiah Henson's life, this house was his place of residence from 1841 until he passed away in 1883 and has now been declared as a National Historic Site. In the 1940's the Josiah Henson house was opened as a museum and in 1964 it was moved ...
Blue House Fredericton New Brunswick

A blue painted house located in the downtown area of Fredericton, New Brunswick in Canada.

This older styled house painted in a grayish blue shade with cream colored trim around the windows, sits in the downtown area of Fredericton, New Brunswick. The double doors still have the unique styled windows with a bay window next to it for th ...
Indian Cove House Southern Labrador

A quaint green and white house sits along the waterfront of Indian Cove on Great Caribou Island in Southern Labrador, Canada.

Nicely painted and taken care of, this house overlooks Indian Cove in Southern Labrador with its own wooden boardwalk running along side it. Indian Cove is a small fishing village and along with the few houses that make up this town, old fishing ...
Historic Window Barbour Living Heritage Village Newfoundland

A window at the Alphaeus Barbour House at the Barbour Living Heritage Village in Newtown, Newfoundland looks across to another historic building.

In the sitting room of the Alphaeus Barbour House at the Barbour Living Heritage Village in Newfoundland, the window is opened to the outside world. This historic village lets visitors explore the lives of the Barbour family that spent their days ...
Louisbourg Joseph Dugas House Nova Scotia

Behind the fence at the Fortress of Louisbourg in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, lays the remains of the house that Joseph Dugas resided in.

As you tour through the Fortress of Louisbourg in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia you will pass by this empty lot that displays the remains of the house of Joseph Dugas that was built in 1723. Joseph Dugas was an Acadien carpenter and coastal trader and ...
Harbour Pack Ice Northern Peninsula Newfoundland

In Conche Harbour along the Northern Peninsula in Newfoundland, winter brings in the pack ice that keeps the residents ashore until it thaws.

When the pack ice fills the harbour of the town of Conche on the Northern Peninsula in Newfoundland, Canada, many of the residents and their boats are kept ashore until it melts and frees up the harbour. The shacks and houses in the town of Conch ...
Battle Harbour General Store Southern Labrador

The lights from the general store at Battle Harbour in Southern Labrador glow as a stack of logs stand in a teepee style surrounded by the fog.

When visiting Battle Harbour at the entrance to the St. Lewis Inlet in Southern Labrador, you will find unique accommodations, a world of history as well as a General Store that carries some necessities needed while on the island. A stack of wood ...
Green Gables Property Prince Edward Island

The property that surrounds the House of Green Gables in Prince Edward Island, Canada is manicured to perfection with blossoming flowers in the garden.

In the garden outside the House of Green Gables in Prince Edward Island, an array of flowers blossom and adorn the front property. As tourists wander around the property at this National Historic Site, they will see how Lucy Maud Montgomery was i ...
Century House Quebec City Canada

The windows of this 18th century house are part of the Maison Maillou located along Rue Saint-Louis in Quebec City in Quebec, Canada.

While in Old Quebec in Quebec City, Canada be sure to stroll by the Maillou House and admire the historic walls and windows on the exterior of this building. Built in the 18th century, the Maillou House is situated near the Chateau Frontenac wher ...
Bird Houses Saturday Markets New Brunswick

Nothing adorns a garden better than one of these find handcrafted bird houses on display at the Saturdays Market in Fredericton, New Brunswick.

A market stall set up at the Saturday Markets in downtown Fredericton in New Brunswick, Canada displaying beautifully handmade bird houses. For bird lovers, each of the bird houses has been individually made and the assortment to choose from is p ...
Riel House Winnipeg Manitoba

At the Riel House in Winnipeg, Manitoba you can tour through this National Historic Site and meet the costumed people playing roles of the Riel family members.

The Riel House was home to Louis David Riel, the man who founded Manitoba and his family members still resided at this house up until 1969. In 1970, the Riel House was bought by Parks Canada and it was then restored to its original 1886 style so ...
Cottage Window Battle Harbour Labrador

Colors of flaking brown paint line a cottage window at Battle Harbour in Southern Labrador, Canada where the history of this town is easily recognized.

Mirror images reflect in the cottage window that adorns a building in Battle Harbour along the Viking Trail in Southern Labrador, Canada. The paint has peeled from the frames of the cottage window as the true colors of history show amongst the st ...
Heritage Home Prince Edward Island

The well kept gardens and exterior of the heritage home where Lucy Maud Montgomery resided when she was young in Queens, Prince Edward Island.

Green and white colors adorn the exterior of this heritage house that was home to Lucy Maud Montgomery, writer of Anne of Green Gables, when she was a little girl. Her home and the surrounding grounds with blossoming flowers, gave Lucy the perfec ...
Seal Cove Harbour New Brunswick

Buildings on stilts sit along the waterfront of Seal Cove Harbour in New Brunswick, Canada with houses set back on the landscape.

Sticks protrude from the water near the grassy banks of Seal Cove Harbour in New Brunswick, Canada with buildings on stilts adorning the opposite side. This small village nestled in the harbour is a refreshing break from the fast pace life that p ...
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