A most amazing surprise for us was that some of the icebergs that flow down from Greenland were still in the waters around here called, 'Iceberg Alley.' Usually they are all gone by mid July but it has been a very late summer here.
So we went on an iceberg hunt, driving from cove to cove, hiking over rocky bluffs and bumbling along a beach in places called Goose Cove, Berhat, St. Carol, and Anthony Bight. Just couldn't get enough of these amazing ice sculptures that may have been formed up to 15 000 years ago. We were so close to some of the smaller ones and at one place a large chunk of ice was so within reach that Wally braved stepping out on some rocks to pick it up and of course we had to lick the purest of waters.