Each of the sentences below includes five names of communities in Newfoundland and Labrador. Some communities are big, some are small; some are hidden, some are more obvious. Can you identify them all?
- At the airport, Rex toned down his voice: “The king well knows the cook’s harbouring a spy: the point—may I finish?—is we have to hope Dale can keep a secret.”
- The Bishop’s falls in the meadows put an end to his happy adventure with Robert’s army, and so he branched off.
- “Stan hopes it’ll grow nicely, but daffodil doesn’t fare well near the red rocks,” sniffed Victoria.
- While the outport was no paradise, it became a pretty fair haven after workers at the port unionized, tilting the balance of power away from the old shopowners.
- Seldomly did North West brook her parents’ badgering, but she and her pet cow headed to the lawn for a photo.
- Could you come, by chance, to the Spanish room and take a gander at Jackson’s arm—he keeps saying it tickles.
- Arnold’s coveted fortune has been the envy of every grand banking family since his exploits in the open hall.
- She hears the ghost, and Rose blanches—the dead man’s baying (“Farewell!”) renews her heart’s desire for lost love.
- As a general strike roiled the colony, the colliers badgered Britannia: “Salvage our hermitages!”
- François a presque fait un grand bruit avec la scie quand il a vu la poile du loup.
Kirsten Morry is a lawyer and humourist from St. John's, and a recognized authority on hairstyles, royalty, and Animal Crossing (inasmuch as she was heavily quoted in a single Wall Street Journal article uniting all three of those topics). She appeared on the quiz show Jeopardy! in 2018.