St. John’s, Newfoundland

My mom, the boys, and I spent all day Monday flying from one coast to the other. It went better than expected with two small boys and two days later I was ready to break out my camera for a day in St. John’s.

First stop the Railway Coastal Museum.

First stop, the Railway Coastal Museum.

Checking out the big wheels.

Checking out the big wheels.

As usual, Kane was ready to climb on everything!

As usual, Kane was ready to climb on everything!

Driving along Water Street so Kane could check out all the "big boats"

Driving along Water Street, so Kane could check out all the “big boats”.

In 1897, Cabot Tower was commissioned to commemorate the 400th anniversary of John Cabot’s discovery of Newfoundland.

In 1897, Cabot Tower was commissioned to commemorate the 400th anniversary of John Cabot’s discovery of Newfoundland.

Where Kane and Nana checked out the view of the city.

Kane and Nana taking in the view.

And my cousin Andrea took some opportunities to get some shots as well.

My cousin, Andrea, got to spend the day with us and meet the boys.

Turns out Cabot Tower is closed for renovations, but Kane was trying to get in to some of the outbuildings.

Turns out Cabot Tower is closed for renovations, but Kane was trying to get in to some of the outbuildings.

And what would a trip to St. John’s be without a few shots of the houses.

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The original Jelly Bean row.

It turns out this is the original Jellybean Row, according to a guy who popped out of one of the nearby houses.

Daddy is at home in Edmonton, so I wanted to make sure he got some photos of his boys. Maverick was strapped to me most of the day, but I’ll be sure to get some shots of him tomorrow. Hopefully, with an iceberg in the background!!

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