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Icebergs in September!

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If you've visited or considered visiting Newfoundland, you probably know that June is the normal arrival time for icebergs. However, the gigantic Petermann ice "island" that broke off a Greenland glacier last year, has produced dozens of icebergs this August (when the St. Anthony area had every cove filled with bergs) and September (White Bay, Bay of Exploits, and Notre Dame Bay).
This past Sunday was a lovely day, so I drove up to Twillingate for a last look:
http://i560.photobucket.com/albums/ss47/nfldbeothuk/Newfoundland/icebergs.jpg

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