Tucked in behind the Glynmill Inn on Cobb Lane in Corner Brook, Newfoundland there is the Glynmill Inn Pond. Every time we go to Corner Brook we inevitably end up there to see the swans that live in the pond. It is also the start of the Corner Brook Stream Trail which is a lovely walk through the trees.
In the pond there is this hut which bears the insignia of the Corner Brook Pulp and Paper Mill- I’m not entirely sure the significance of the hut other than that it may have something to do with the fact that the pond was constructed by workers from the paper mill so it may have some connection to that. But anyway, this is a very well-known and identifiable landmark to those in the area and I thought it would be a great piece to add to my Postcards from Newfoundland collection!