A Reading of "The Other Newfoundland"

A Scottish geologist in Newfoundland once told me that the mountains of that island are a part of Appalachia, geologically speaking. This essay remembers Newfoundland’s quirky, quilted, and generous nature as my wife and I experienced it. I am interested in the meeting points between Newfoundland and its southern range people and topography. This may be the farthest or longest Appalachian seam we might imagine ‘re-stitching,’ but the hope is that it will be an interesting place/opportunity for a good conversation.