The world can’t weigh you down
when you’re standing on top of it.
Considering it took 485,000,000 years to create, it’s hardly surprising what you’ll find here. Not the
least of which is perspective. It tends to happen when you’re standing two thousand feet up, seeing things
more clearly on the edge of an ancient glacier-carved fjord. A vantage point, one would think, that
could only exist for two reasons: for the view itself, and the inescapable feeling that washes over you.
The feeling you get when once again, anything’s possible. (Not bad for a three-hour flight.) To find
your way to the edge of Canada, call Kelly at 1-800-563-6353 or visit NewfoundlandLabrador.com