The Canadian island of Newfoundland lures visitors to North America's easternmost point, where they fall head over heels.
Photo: Michael Hanson
Back behind the wheel with that mission in mind, I pass signs for the small fishing villages of Heart's Desire and Heart's Delight on my way there. I pull up to the Heart's Content Lighthouse. Its candy cane red-and-white swirl is a beacon of security for the community, the natural, sheltered cove a safe place for ships during a storm. I walk to the light and look out over Trinity Bay. No icebergs today—they must be too far north. But that's fine by me. I'm beyond content, and officially in love with Newfoundland anyway.
Pictured: A seaside farmhouse