Last quote by Eddie Sheerr
Since early April, we've had persistent winds from the north and northeast, which pushed the iceberg closer to shore. That's where you go in the summer to see the icebergs. It is so big and so close to a community – like you can reach out to touch it. It's similar to the size of the one the Titanic struck about 300 miles to the east. The icebergs come from the western ice sheet of Greenland. As we have more calving events, we'll have more icebergs off Greenland where they can get picked up by the Labrador Current and pushed south.feedback
Apr 24 2017
This page is completely dedicated to what Eddie Sheerr has to say. All of Eddie Sheerr’s quotes are organized here by date and topic. The most recent quote attributed to Eddie Sheerr came from an article called Take a Gander: 95 inches of snow buries Newfoundland town (Photos): “I spoke with a resident of Gander who grew up in southern Labrador, an area that gets a ridiculous amount of snow in the winter. He said he'd never seen anything like what occurred this week.”.
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Quotes by Eddie Sheerr
Apr 06 2017
I spoke with a resident of Gander who grew up in southern Labrador, an area that gets a ridiculous amount of snow in the winter. He said he'd never seen anything like what occurred this week.feedback
Apr 06 2017
Sometimes you've got to just laugh about the absurdity of the weather that we can get in the 'spring'. Hopefully we can get some warmth soon enough and the snow of this winter will be a fond (of not so fond) memory.feedback
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