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Branch, Newfoundland and Labrador

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Branch, NL

Contributed by Marina, an ePodunk user.

September 16, 2007

Pluses:  Beautiful Branch River runs through the heart of the community. This river is known all over the province for its trout and salmon fishing. It is a very scenic little village. From August 9 to August 19, 2007, Branch has hosted a very successful Come Home Year, thanks to a dedicated bunch of volunteers. For eleven days, the place was teeming with visitors. Former residents filled the Landwash, the Gut, the Easter and Wester Coves, the meadows, the Flats, everywhere.

Minuses:  No minuses! It is a great place, especially in the summer.

A good place to...  go fishing, go hunting, to hear some wonderful singers, to watch some great dancers, to get back to the land.

 You can reach Branch by road from two directions, Route 100 and Route 92.

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