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.....Yes, the English River region in the Mealy's was visited by myself several times in the 1990's. A good friend of mine, Len Rich-outfitter at his Awesome Lake lodge(now removed for the park)...I spent a number of weeks exploring the region...and fished(caught) massive brook trout(s). Besides fish, wildlife sited included,,,,otter, mink, black bear, bald eagles, and woodland caribou. Grey wolf tracks were viewed. Fortunate to have explored this lovely area, I was inspired to include a chapter in my book: "Adventures of Wood and Seas"(Trafford Publishing/Amazon). entitled "Romancing the Brookie". Making the National Park of this area was the only proper thing to do. While up the Labradorian coast various mines are in production...needed for jobs and metal ore material....it is nice to know protection has been granted to this region. Good Stuff me lads!

Submitted by Richard Colagiovanni on Saturday, April 07, 2012


The article invites me to smell the air and hear the silence can't wait to pay respect to this part of our planet.

Submitted by Walter Wilkins on Tuesday, May 17, 2011


Nice article. Labrador has much hidden beauty, and this new park is a magical place of beauty. I have seen it in winter and, after reading this article, definitely want to visit in summer... flies and all.

Submitted by Bill Goodridge on Friday, April 15, 2011


Well, that is about as thoughtful and carefully crafted and nuanced article about labrador as I've read in a while. Nice job Jerry!

Submitted by Stephen Loring on Friday, March 18, 2011










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