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From: Simcoe, Ontario

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We have driven to Newfoundland on two previous occasions. Enjoyed meeting the friendly, interesting & generous people. We visited lovely Old Pelican where we tried to take the back-road to Grates Cove. Got as far as Daniel's Cove where the road became pretty rough. Had a nice visit with the folks there who advised us not to continue on our journey. So we doubled back and took the highway. We look forward to returning this June to visit the more remote areas we missed on our previous visits.


Added: April 1, 2017
From: Massachusetts, USA

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My grandmother Isabella Cooper was born in Old Perlican in 1843 to John and Julia March Cooper. I had the pleasure of visiting their former homesite overlooking the harbor several years ago while on a genealogy trip. It was a thrill of a lifetime. Thank you for this wonderful website.


Added: March 7, 2016
From: North Bay, Ontario

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My father, Derm Driscoll, passed away there yesterday. On behave of The Driscoll's, thank you all for keeping him comfortable, and taking such great care of him and my mother Pearl. Thank you for caring.From the Driscoll family,
Pearl,
Danette (Sandy, Ryan, Devon, Courtney and Grayson)
Wendy (Bill, Dan, and Cassandra)
Sonya (Garret, Cody, and Haley)
Andrea (Rob, Megan, and Dylan)
Danielle (Mike, Tyler, Brandon, and Tianna)
Duane (Tammy, Zack, and Maggie)


Added: January 15, 2016
From: Boston, Ma

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My Grandfather, George Strong was from Old Perlican. He was born in the 1880's I loved looking at your pictures. Hope to visit someday. Beautiful place.


Added: December 24, 2015
From: Sidney, B. C.

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I had the pleasure of hitchhiking from Regina Sask to Old Perlican in 1968 with a buddy and worked as gardeners for Dr. Wilkinson. The people were some of the friendliest people I have met, as a whole, even though curious about us off-islanders. I am pleased that the hospital was dedicated to Dr. Wilkenson, a fine man. Best place I could have gone to.


Added: September 10, 2015
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