Newfoundland inn gives hope to struggling locals. You get a culturally rich experience.
Hands jabbed in a fleece jacket and cropped hair covered by a knit cap, Zita Cobb springs from rock to rock on the jumbled granite shore with a child’s sureness. “We grew up feral,” she laughs, a stone’s throw from her simple childhood home on Fogo Island, a remote speck in the chilly North Atlantic off the distant island of Newfoundland in Canada’s easternmost province.
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