A Website and a Monthly Newsletter about the Outer Bay of Islands, Newfoundland

The Belleville Coach Tour in the Bay of Islands

Bev Hanna-Jones's Coach Tour arrives by air at Deer Lake, NL, and spends the first night at the Glynmill Inn, Corner Brook.  The second day consists of a tour of the Bay of Islands South Shore, to the end of the road at Lark Harbour.  This page provides information and pictures of some of the locations visited.

Click on the picture or the link below to view an illustrated account of the 2012 Bay of Islands day of the Coach Tour.

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      Bay of Islands Coach Tour 2012


View down the Bay

From Crow Hill, Corner Brook, looking west, you can see Blow-Me-Down Mountain in the distance.  Route 450 to Lark Harbour follows the south (left) side of the Bay for about 50km and is delineated by the white buildings along the shore.

Blow-Me-Down Mountain from Copper Mine Brook near York Harbour

If you don't know where Newfoundland is . . . look here !

Congregation of St James Church, Lark Harbour, NL, sings "Silent Night", Christmas 2010

In 2010 the Anglican Church of Canada sponsored a project where churches across Canada could sing "Silent Night" and be presented on YouTube for all the world to see.

Click HERE to see and hear St James Church congregation singing.

Links to other pages on this website

The Bay of Islands  -  Information, pictures, map

The Town of Lark Harbour - History, Information, Pictures

The Town of York Harbour - History, Information, Pictures

The Church in the Outer Bay  - Early days of the Anglican Church

Some Interesting History   - Events & Items of interest in the Bay's History

Slide Show - Pictures around the Bay

Documents to Download - Past Blow-Me-Downers etc

Stuart's Newfie Webpage- Introduction to the archived page

Stuart's Newfie Webpage - direct link to the archived webpage

Guestbook - please sign it before you leave

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Links to other Websites

Here are some other websites that might be of interest:

Atlantic Canada Webring and Ringsurf list many websites relating to Atlantic Canada.  Lots to see here.