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Gillams, Newfoundland and Labrador

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Gillams, NL

Contributed by bpark, an ePodunk user.

July 7, 2008

Pluses:  The scenery in Gillams is absolutely breath-taking - and it is different every season. I particularly like the fall (the colours and the climate) and the summer (for the girlhood memories).
There are people in Gillams (many in my own famly of brothers and sisters and in-laws) who work tirelessly for this community...to preserve what is and to build a future.
It is a quiet and peaceful place and a walking trail through the woods (with views onto wading pools and a waterfall) is listed as "good for the heart and the soul". It truly is!
People are welcoming and kind.

Minuses:  There is relatively little by way of infrastructure and services for visitors. Having said that, anyone will guve you a cup of tea and likely some "homemade" goodies...better than Tim's anyday!

A good place to...  Go home to!
To meet firendly people.
Walk a scenic and peaceful trail.
Have a picnic on the beach.
Swim in the ocean.
Swim in a freshwater natural pool.
Make new friends.
Take stunning photos.


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