We Have a Secret
There’s a grand place in Newfoundland that hosts about 75,000 visitors who fly in and out every summer. But not many experience them, because you see, it’s almost a secret. A place so tranquil, carved and created by nature, and mysterious to many. It’s so richly abundant and desirable, the British and the French fought over this place too many times to count. And in the end, the Irish made their homes here – and here they stayed. This place is the Cape Shore, on the south west Avalon Peninsula. And these 75,000 visitors? The most beautiful seabirds that you will ever see.